If you're thinking to start your US citizenship application process, you should start studying and preparing for the citizenship test that would determine your knowledge eligibility to become a US citizen.

This collection will be a bunch of questions & answers, flashcards and notes regarding all the aspect of the US citizenship test.

Study Set Content:
41- Flashcard

Under U.S Constitution, some powers belong to the states. What is one power of the states?

-Provide schooling and education.

-Provide protection (police).

-Provide safety (fire departments).

-Give a driver’s license.

-Approve zoning and land use.

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42- Flashcard

The two major political parties in the United States are

Democratic and Republican.

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43- Flashcard

What are the four amendments to the Constitution about who can vote?

-Citizens eighteen (18) and older (can vote).

-You don’t have to pay (a poll tax) to vote.

-Any citizen can vote. (Women and men can vote.)

-A male citizen of any race (can vote).

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44- Note

Voting is one of the most important civic responsibilities of citizens in the United States. In a democratic society, the people choose the leaders who will represent them. There are four amendments to the Constitution about voting. The 15th Amendment permits American men of all races to vote. It was written after the Civil War and the end of slavery. The 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. It resulted from the women’s suffrage movement (the women’s rights movement). After the 15th Amendment was passed, some leaders of the southern states were upset that African Americans could vote. These leaders designed fees called poll taxes to stop them from voting. The 24th Amendment made these poll taxes illegal. The 26th Amendment lowered the voting age from 21 to 18.

45- Flashcard

What are the responsibilities that are only for United States citizens?

-Serve on a jury.

-Vote in a federal election.

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46- Flashcard

Name the rights that are only for United States citizens?

-Vote in a federal election.

-Run for federal office.

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47- Flashcard

What are the rights of everyone living in the United States?

-Freedom of expression.

-Freedom of speech.

-Freedom of assembly.

-Freedom to petition the government.

-Freedom of religion.

-The right to bear arms.

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48- Flashcard

What do we show loyalty to when we say the Pledge of Allegiance?

-The United States.

-The flag.

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49- Flashcard

What are the promises you make when you become a United States citizen?

-Give up loyalty to other countries.

-Defend the Constitution and laws of the United States.

-Obey the laws of the United States.

-Serve in the U.S. military (if needed).

-Serve (do important work for) the nation (if needed).

-Be loyal to the United States.

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50- Question

 How old do citizens have to be to vote for President?

Select the Correct Answer:
15 and older.
20 and older.
18 and older.
10 and older.
51- Flashcard

What are the ways that Americans can participate in their democracy?


-Join a political party.

-Help with a campaign.

-Join a civic group.

-Join a community group.

-Give an elected official your opinion on an issue.

-Call Senators and Representatives.

-Publicly support or oppose an issue or policy.

-Run for office.

-Write to a newspaper.

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52- Note

U.S. citizens have the right to vote in federal elections. Permanent residents can vote in local or state elections that do not require voters to be U.S. citizens. Only U.S. citizens can vote in federal elections. U.S. citizens can also run for federal office. Qualifications to run for the Senate or House of Representatives include being a U.S. citizen for a certain number of years. A candidate for Senate must be a U.S. citizen for at least 9 years. A candidate for the House must be a U.S. citizen for at least 7 years. To run for president of the United States, a candidate must be a native-born (not naturalized) citizen. In addition to the benefits of citizenship, U.S. citizens have certain responsibilities—to respect the law, stay informed on issues, participate in the democratic process, and pay their taxes.

53- Note

The flag is an important symbol of the United States.

The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag states, “I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” When we say the Pledge of Allegiance, we usually stand facing the flag with the right hand over the heart. Francis Bellamy wrote the pledge. It was first published in The Youth’s Companion magazine in 1892 for children to say on the anniversary of Columbus’s discovery of America. Congress officially recognized the pledge on June 22, 1942. Two changes have been made since it was written in 1892. “I pledge allegiance to my flag” was changed to “I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.” Congress added the phrase “under God” on June 14, 1954.

54- Note

The last day to send in your federal income tax to the Internal Revenue Service is April 15 of each year. The Constitution gave the federal government the power to collect taxes. The federal government needs money to pay the nation’s debts and to defend and provide for the needs of the country. When the country was young, it was difficult to raise money from the 13 original states.

The government began collecting income tax for the first time through the Revenue Act of 1861. This was only temporary. In 1894, a flat-rate federal income tax was enacted, but the Supreme Court said this was unconstitutional. Finally, in 1913, the 16th Amendment was ratified. It gave Congress the power to collect income taxes.

Today, “taxable income” is money that is earned from wages, self-employment, tips, and the sale of the property. The government uses these taxes to keep our country safe and secure. It also tries to cure and prevent diseases through research. In addition, the government uses these taxes to educate children and adults, and build and repair our roads and highways.Taxes are used to do these things and many more.

55- Question

When is the last day you can send in federal income tax forms?

Select the Correct Answer:
January 20
August 15
April 15
May 12
56- Flashcard

All men must register for the Selective Service

-At age eighteen (18).

-Between eighteen (18) and twenty-six (26).

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57- Note

President Lincoln tried to draft men to fight during the Civil War, but many people became angry and rioted. In 1917, Congress passed the Selective Service Act. This act gave President Woodrow Wilson the power to temporarily increase the U.S. military during World War I. In 1940, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Selective Training and Service Act, which created the first draft during peacetime. This was the beginning of the Selective Service System in the United States today. The draft was needed again for the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Today, there is no draft, but all men between 18 and 26 years old must register with the Selective Service System. When a man registers, he tells the government that he is available to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. He can register at a United States post office or on the Internet.

58- Flashcard

What are the reasons colonists came to America?


-Political liberty.

-Religious freedom.

-Economic opportunity.

-Practice their religion.

-Escape persecution.

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59- Flashcard

Who lived in America before the Europeans arrived?

-American Indians.

-Native Americans.

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60- Flashcard

Why does the U.S flag have 50 stars?

-(Because there is) one star for each state, or (Because) each star represents a state.

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