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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