/Common Citizenship Test Questions & Answers (Part 2)

Common Citizenship Test Questions & Answers (Part 2)

Picking up from Common Citizenship Test Questions & Answers (Part 1)¸ below are some more questions (and the appropriate answers) that may appear on tests for U.S. citizenship.

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Whether you need help preparing for citizenship testing or have some questions about other immigration matters, contact Hanlon Law Group.

Whether you need help preparing for citizenship testing or you have some questions about other immigration matters, the Los Angeles immigration lawyers at the Hanlon Law Group are ready to provide you with answers and help you resolve your affairs as favorably and efficiently as possible.

Questions about U.S. History

  • Who was the first American President? – George Washington
  • Why did the pilgrims originally come to the U.S.? – To enjoy the freedom to practice the religion of their choosing
  • What country did the U.S. fight in the Revolutionary War in order to gain independence? – Great Britain
  • Who said, “Give me liberty or give me death”? – Patrick Henry
  • Which countries did the U.S. oppose in World War II (WWII)? – Japan, Italy and Germany
  • What were the 13 original colonies? – New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Delaware, North Carolina, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Georgia and Maryland
  • Who was Martin Luther King, Jr.? – A civil rights leader

Questions about the U.S. Flag

  • What are the colors of the American flag? – Red, white and blue
  • How many stars are on the U.S. flag? – 50
  • What do the stars on the American flag represent? – The states in the U.S.
  • How many stripes are on the U.S. flag? – 13
  • What do the stripes on the American flag represent? –  The 13 original colonies
  • Who made the first U.S. flag? – Betsy Ross

Be sure to check out the final part of this blog for some additional commonly asked questions – and their respective answers – for U.S. citizenship tests.

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