How hard is the citizenship test in the US?
I am almost 18 yrs old and I have been living in the US my whole life, practically. My parents had me like 2 years before coming over to America. I am a permanent resident; I have my greencard. I was wondering how hard is the citizenship test? My parents didn't want to take it because they said it cost a lot of money and they aren't too confident about passing. Otherwise, I would have become a citizen along with them. So, I have to do it on my own I guess. Further information would be appreciated.
- Anonymous7 years agoFavorite Answer
try the practice test and see yourself:
As long as you study for it you shouldn't have any problems.
You need to be 18 years old and have had a greencard for 5 years before you can take it. You only become a citizen automatically if you are under 18 years when your parents naturalize. Since it takes about half a year, that's probably not going to happen to you.
Read through the guide to naturalizion by USCIS
everything you need to know.
- 7 years ago
Easy. You have to study 100 question and you will be asked only 10 out of them
- Anonymous7 years ago
you get 6 question out of a hundred possible ..
you can read all the question and answers before you even apply
very few fail
you could all do it together as a family
- Lisa ALv 77 years ago
It's trivial. A 4th grader could pass it. And they give you the answers in advance too.
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- George LLv 77 years ago
can't be all that hard. hundreds of thousands pass every year.