Are you ready for the 2021 citizenship test? This question is a very common one, as it is clear to everyone that there is an important exam and preparations must begin as soon as possible. If you want to know more information about this exam, then we invite you to read this article.

What is the 2021 citizenship test?

The 2021 citizenship exam is an exam offered to applicants to obtain or maintain permanent residence in the United States. This test is designed to assess your understanding of the customs and fundamental principles of the American Constitution.

The exam is offered in two stages: the first, a brief and argumentative writing about the exam; and the second, five questions about basic knowledge about the constitution. The brief and argumentative writing of the exam is offered in English for all applicants, although the basic knowledge questions are designed to test knowledge of the constitution in a foreign language.

You can examine to obtain or maintain your permanent residence each year, regardless of whether you have previously examined.

Who can take the citizenship test?

The citizenship test can be taken by anyone who has been a lawful permanent resident for five years, or for three (in the case of permanent residents married to US citizens) and who has good ethical behavior.

The 2021 Citizenship Test and Constitutional Skills Test are required in some local jurisdictions, so we recommend doing your research before taking the test.

What knowledge do you need to have to take the exam?

To take this citizenship test, it is necessary to have general knowledge about the United States, such as its geography, politics, history, national symbols, holidays, and customs. You also need to be familiar with basic constitutional principles such as the presidential system and fundamental civil liberties.

What is the citizenship test?

The exam is divided into two parts:

  1. Civics test: this part consists of 100 questions, of which the interviewer will only ask 10. At least 60% of the questions must be answered correctly to pass.
  2. English test: reading, writing and speaking skills of the language will be assessed.

What are the most common questions on the exam?

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The citizenship test 2021 is based on the common questions about civil rights and fundamental freedoms, but a few others were also included to ensure that the applicant knows their history.

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions:

1. What is the supreme law of the United States?
2. What does the Constitution?
3. What does “We the people” mean in the Constitution?
4. What did the Declaration of Independence?
5. What are the rights of the Declaration of Independence?
6. What type of economic system does the United States have?

Where to get the study material?

On the USCIS page you can find the study material necessary to take the exam, they have a 100-question questionnaire on civic education; as well as videos and practice exercises.

If the citizenship test is not passed, can it be retaken?

If you have not passed, the exam can be retaken within 60 – 90 days after the date of the initial interview.

It should be noted that 2 opportunities are granted to take the citizenship test; the non-approval in any of the 2 attempts, generates the rejection of the request and you will have to start the process again. Similarly, failure to pass the exam does not represent any negative consequence for the applicant’s immigration status.

Why could you be denied American citizenship?

There are several reasons why American citizenship can be denied, some of the most significant are:

1. If USCIS proves that you have debt in the payment of taxes.
2. If you cannot prove the payment of support for minor children who do not live with you.
3. Faults of morality: in case of having committed minor crimes, you will not be able to take the request until after 5 years of having committed the fault. If major crimes such as homicide or others that are considered within this category have been committed, citizenship will be denied.

Every candidate for the 2021 citizenship exam has the right to receive assistance and advice before the exam to prepare. At Sleepless Attorney, we have a team of experts specialized in immigration law that will support you throughout the legal process to obtain your US citizenship. Contact us at (909)319-7103 / 1 (800) 559-7170, visit us at 228 West C Street Ontario CA 91762 or contact us by clicking here.

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