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U.S. Citizenship Test Latest Answers

U.S. Citizenship Test Latest Answers

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Q: What are the colors of our flag?

A: Red, White, and Blue;

Q: How many stars are there in our flag?
A: Fifty (50);

Q: What color are the stars on our flag?
A: White;

Q: What do the stars on the flag signify?
A: There is one for each state in the United States;

Q: How many stripes are there on the flag?
A: Thirteen (13);

Q: What color are the stripes on the flag?
A: Red and White;

Q: What do the stripes on the flag signify?
A: They represent the original 13 states;

Q: How many states are there in the U.S.?
A: Fifty (50);

Q: What is the 4th of July?
A: Independence Day;

Q: What is the date of Independence Day?
A: July 4th;

Q: From what country did the U.S. win independence?
A: Great Britain;

Q: What country did we fight during the revolutionary War?
A: Great Britain;

Q: Who was the first President of the United States?
A: George Washington;

Q: Who is the President of the United States today?
A: Donald Trump;

Q: Who is the Vice President of the United States today?
A: Mike Pence;

Q: Who elects the president of the United States?
A: The electoral college;

Q: Who becomes the president of the U.S. if the president should die?
A: The vice president;

Q: For how long do we elect the President?
A: Four years;

Q: What is the Constitution?
A: The supreme law of the land;

Q: Can the Constitution be changed?
A: Yes, by amendment;

Q: What do we call a change to the Constitution?
A: Amendment;

Q: How many changes or amendments are there to the Constitution?
A: Twenty seven (27);

Q: How many branches are there in the U.S. government?
A: Three (3);

Q: What are the three branches of the U.S. government?
A: Legislative, executive, and judicial;

Q: What is the legislative branch of our government?
A: Congress;

Q: Who makes the laws in the United States?
A: Congress;

Q: What are the two houses of Congress?
A: The Senate and the House of Representatives;

Q: What are the duties of Congress?
A: To make laws;

Q: Who elects Congress?
A: The people;

Q: How many Senators are there in the U.S. Congress?
A: One hundred (100);

Q: Name the two U.S. Senators from your state.
A: (It’s time for a little research on your part!)

Q: For how long do we elect each Senator?
A: Each term is 6 years;

Q: How many voting Representatives are there in the House of Representatives?
A: Four hundred and thirty five (435);

Q: For how long do we elect the Representatives?
A: Two years;

Q: What is the executive branch of the U.S. government?
A: The president, cabinet, and the departments under the cabinet members;

Q: What is the judicial branch of the U.S. government?
A: The Federal Courts;

Q: What are the duties of the Supreme Court;
A: To interpret laws;

Q: What is the supreme law of the United States?
A: The Constitution;

Q: What is the Bill of Rights?
A: The first 10 amendments of the Constitution;

Q: What is the capital of your state?
A: (It depends on which state you live in.)

Q: Who is the current Governor of your state?
A: (Ditto)

Q: If both the President and the Vice President die, who becomes president?
A: The Speaker of the House of Representatives;

Q: Who is the current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
A: John Roberts;

Q: Name the thirteen original states.
A: Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Rhode Island, and Maryland;

Q: Who said “give me liberty or give me death”?
A: Patrick Henry;

Q: Which countries were our enemies during WWII?
A: Germany, Italy, and Japan;

Q: What were the 49th and 50th states admitted to the U.S.?
A: Hawaii and Alaska;

Q: How many terms can a president serve?
A: Two;

Q: Who was Martin Luther King, Jr.?
A: A famous civil rights leader;

Q: Who is the head of your local government?
A: (It depends on where you live.)

Q: According to the Constitution, a person must meet certain requirements in order to be eligible to become president. Name one of these requirements.
A: Must be a native born citizen of the United States. Must be at least 35 years old by the time he/she will serve. Must have lived in the United States for at least 14 years.

Q: Why are there 100 Senators in the Senate?
A: There are two from each state;

Q: Who nominates the Supreme Court justices?
A: They are nominated by the President;

Q: How many Supreme Court Justices are there?
A: Nine (9);

Q: Why did the Pilgrims come to America?
A: For religious freedom;

Q: What is the head executive of a state government called?
A: Governor;

Q: What is the head executive of a city government called?
A: Mayor;

Q: What holiday was started by the American Colonists?
A: Thanksgiving;

Q: Who was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence?
A: Thomas Jefferson;

Q: When was the Declaration of Independence adopted?
A: July 4, 1776;

Q: What is the basic belief of the Declaration of Independence?
A: That all men are created equal;

Q: What is the national anthem of the United States?
A: The Star-Spangled Banner;

Q: Who wrote the Star-Spangled Banner?
A. Francis Scott Key;

Q: Where does the freedom of speech come from?
A: The Bill of Rights;

Q: What is the minimum voting age in the United States?
A: Eighteen (18);

Q: Who signs bills into law?
A: The President;

Q: What is the highest court in the United States?
A: The Supreme Court;

Q: Who was the president during the Civil War?
A: Abraham Lincoln;

Q: What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
A: It freed the slaves;

Q: What special group advises the president?
A: The cabinet;

Q: Which president is called the “Father of our Country”?
A: George Washington;

Q: What INS form is used to apply to become a naturalized citizen?
A: Form N-400;

Q: Who helped the Pilgrims in America?
A: Native American Indians;

Q: The first Pilgrims sailed to America in what ship?
A: The Mayflower;

Q: What were the 13 original states of the United States called?
A: The colonies;

Q: Name three rights or freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights.
A: Freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of religion;

Q: Who has the power to declare war?
A: The Congress;

Q: Name an amendment which guarantees or addresses voting rights.
A: The 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th Amendments;

Q: Which president freed the slaves?
A: Abraham Lincoln;

Q: In what year was the Constitution written?
A: 1787;

Q: What are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution?
A: The Bill of Rights;

Q: Name one purpose of the United Nations.
A: To try to resolve world problems;

Q: Where does Congress meet?
A: In the Capitol in Washington, D.C.;

Q: Whose rights are guaranteed by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights?
A: Everyone living in the U.S. (Citizens and non-citizens);

Q: What is the introduction to the Constitution called?
A: The Preamble;

Q: Name one benefit of being a citizen of the United States.
A: Vote; Serve on a jury; Obtain federal government jobs; travel with a U.S. passport; petition for close relatives to come to the U.S. to live;

Q: What is the most important right granted to U.S. citizens?
A: The right to vote;

Q: What is the United States Capitol?
A: The place where Congress meets;

Q: What is the White House?
A: The President’s official home;

Q: Where is the White House located?
A: Washington, D.C.;

Q: What is the name of the president’s official home?
A: The White House;

Q: Name one right guaranteed by the first amendment.
A: Freedom of speech, press, religion, peaceable assembly, and requesting change of the government;

Q: Who is the commander in chief of the United States?
A: The President;

Q: Who was the first commander in chief of the U.S. Military?
A: George Washington;

Q: In what month do we vote for the president?
A: November;

Q: In what month is the new president inaugurated?
A: January;

Q: How many times may a congressman be re-elected?
A: There are no term limits;

Q: How many times may a senator be re-elected?
A: There are no term limits;

Q: What are the two major political parties in the United States?
A: Republican and Democrat;

Q: How many states are there in the United States?
A: Fifty (50).

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