Naturalization Quiz

Naturalization Quiz
The following online interactive quiz will test your knowledge and sharpen your skills regarding naturalization laws and procedures. Before taking the quiz, you may want to review the information contained in the Naturalization section of our “How to Become a U.S. Citizen” page. This is an open-book test. If you answer at least seven of the ten questions correctly, we will give you the opportunity to see each of the correct answers followed by a brief explanation. If not, you may reread the materials and retake the test as many times as you wish. Good luck!

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  1. To apply for naturalization, a person must be at least:
    1. 18 years of age.
    2. 19 years of age.
    3. 20 years of age.
    4. 21 years of age.
  2. Generally, you must be a lawful permanent of the U.S. for how many years in order to naturalize?
    1. Three years
    2. Four years and one day
    3. Five years
    4. You need not be a permanent resident of the U.S.
  3. You may claim an exception from the English test if:
    1. you are 55 years old and have been a permanent resident for at least 15 years.
    2. you are 50 years old and have been a permanent resident for at least 20 years.
    3. you have a permanent physical or mental impairment that makes you unable to fulfill the English requirement.
    4. all of the above.
  4. In your naturalization application, you must reveal which of the following?
    1. Arrests even if you were not charged or convicted
    2. Convictions even if your record was cleared or expunged
    3. Crimes you have committed for which you were not arrested or convicted
    4. All of the above
  5. Can you become a dual citizen of the U.S. and the country of your birth?
    1. Yes
    2. No
    3. Yes, but only if the law of your country permits this
    4. Yes, but only if the law of the state in which you naturalize permits this
  6. Which of the following items need not be submitted along with your application for naturalization?
    1. Check for filing fees
    2. Completed fingerprint chart
    3. Photocopy of your green card
    4. Two identical color photographs
  7. If you are interviewed for naturalization and do not receive either an approval or a denial, you may apply to the Federal Court for a hearing on the matter after:
    1. 30 days.
    2. 60 days.
    3. 90 days.
    4. 120 days.
  8. A naturalized citizen is eligible to do each of the following except:
    1. Vote in an election.
    2. Serve on a jury.
    3. Become the President of the United States.
    4. Become a U.S. Senator.
  9. A naturalized citizen may submit an immigrant visa petition for each of these relatives except:
    1. A spouse.
    2. A cousin.
    3. A brother or a sister.
    4. A parent.
  10. If your application for naturalization is denied, and you decide to appeal the denial, which of the following is not required?
    1. You must submit a written brief
    2. You must appeal within 30 days (33 days if denial is mailed)
    3. You must pay a fee
    4. You must submit form N-336

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