It is true that while immigrating into a country, the immigrant must essentially know some useful things about the country and its history. The United States government is right now in the process of changing its citizenship and naturalization test. Testing the new questions with volunteers from different states is currently under way. Trivial details are slowly being eradicated in these new tests and it is not sufficient to just learn answers by rote. Authorities are making the new questions such that the knowledge will be actually useful to the citizen. The new test will become official sometime in 2008.
Potential new citizens will also have to take an immigration interview orally. This interview is designed to also test the English speaking capability of the immigrant. Here are a few sample questions from the new citizenship test.
- What does the Constitution do?
- What is an amendment?
- What does “We the People” mean in the Constitution?
- Name one right or freedom from the First Amendment.
- How many amendments does the Constitution have?
- What did the Declaration of Independence do?
- What do we call changes to the Constitution?
- What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
There are many legal immigration service providers who make it easier for people to apply for citizenship or a green card. Clients are given instruction about the different processes for naturalization/adjustment of status etc and are helped in all the required documentation.
Managed Outsource Solutions (MOS) is one such outsourcing company based in Oklahoma with representation in all major US states and offers a wide range of legal services that include, immigrant visa processing, legal document preparation, legal transcription, legal consulting, paralegal services, litigation support, and legal data entry.