Testing for Citizenship

The IHRC has always collected documentation on how applicants for the United States citizenship have been tested by the government and what has been provided to help them prepare for the examinations. These volumes include various English lessons manuals, textobooks on citizenship or "Americanization" and practice questionnaires issued by the government or service organizations assisting the foreign born. The latest addition to this group of materials is the New Pilot Naturalization Exam recently released by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (November 30, 2006). The 144 questions and answers as well as more facts about the test redesign are available at the US CIS web site. See if you'd pass!