New Civics Test Announced by USCIS
December 17, 2020 By Tiffani Knowles

The United States Citizenship and Immigration agency changed the Civics section of the Citizenship test on December 1, 2020 as part of a decennial update. If you file for naturalization after that date, you must study from the new version.

The new test requires more critical thought with a 128-question test including revamped American government and American history section. Beyond that, applicants must get 12 correct out of a 20-question test instead of the former six out of 10.

Here is a free cheat sheet in order to pass the new test.

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