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- Successfully pass the Civics Interview portion of the US Citizenship and Naturalization Test
- Become a US Citizen
- You should review all the criteria for becoming a US citizen to determine if you are eligible to take the Civics interview portion of the US Citizenship and Naturalization test
Are you a resident of the United States ready to become a citizen? This class will teach you everything you need to know about the most important step in becoming a citizen - the Civics Interview of the US Citizenship Test. We'll take you step-by-step through the basics of American History, and provide you with multiple choice and verbal quizzes that are just like the Civics Interview.
Let us help you become a United States citizen now!
- This course is intended for legal US residents who are pursuing the path to US citizenship.
Welcome to the course! I'll go over the purpose of this course, describe how this course is created to help students pass the Civics portion of the US Citizenship and Naturalization test and give a brief overview of what you need to do to be successful.
The Colonial Period is the era of American History before the Revolutionary War, when the US gained its independence. Learn about colonization under British rule and why the colonial settlers wanted the US to become an independent nation.
The Constitutional Amendments describe the rights and responsibilities we have as citizens of the United States, such as the right to vote and the responsibility to pay taxes. There are 27 Amendments, or changes, to the Constitution. The first Ten Amendments, known as the Bill of Rights, provide specific rights of speech, religion, assembly, press, and to petition the government. Learn about what you may and must do as a US citizen outlined by the Constitution.
There are three branches of the US government: Judicial, Executive, and Legislative. A system of checks and balances keeps government powers separated across these branches.
The 1800's were a time of land expansion and population growth for the United States. The Civil War occurred from 1861 to 1865, bringing about the end of slavery in America.
America was involved in a number of wars during the 1900s, including World War I, World War II, and the Cold War. Learn about the history that led to modern America.
Congratulations on completing the course! We wish you the best of luck on the Civic Interview of the US Citizenship Test.
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