/Common Citizenship Test Questions & Answers (Part 3)

Common Citizenship Test Questions & Answers (Part 3)

If you have questions regarding citizenship or other immigration issues, contact the Los Angeles immigration lawyers at the Hanlon Law Group.

If you have questions regarding citizenship or other immigration issues, contact the Los Angeles immigration lawyers at the Hanlon Law Group.

Wrapping up our three-part blog Common Citizenship Test Questions & Answers, here are some final questions and answers that are commonly on the exams for U.S. citizenship. If you have questions regarding the process associated with obtaining citizenship or would like some specific information about your rights and best options for resolving your immigration issues, contact the Los Angeles immigration lawyers at the Hanlon Law Group.

Questions about the U.S. Constitution 

  • When (in what year) was the U.S. Constitution written? – 1787
  • What are the first 10 Constitutional amendments called? – The Bill of Rights
  • Who is guaranteed rights by the Constitution? – Everyone in the U.S. (both citizens and non-citizens
  • What is the first part (the intro) to the U.S. Constitution called? – The preamble
  • How is the Constitution changed? – Through the passage of amendments
  • How many amendments to the U.S. Constitution are there? – 27
  • Name one of the requirements to be President of the U.S., according to the Constitution. – Any of the following can be named: Must be at least 35 years when in office; must have resided in the U.S. for at least 14 years; and must have been born in the U.S.
  • Where is the freedom of speech guaranteed? – In the First Amendment, which is in the Bill of Rights

Questions about the U.S. Courts

  • What is the highest court in the U.S.? – The U.S. Supreme Court
  • Who is the Chief Justice? – John G. Roberts, Jr.
  • How many justices serve on the Supreme Court? – nine
  • Who choose the justices on the Supreme Court? – The President appoints the justices.
  • What does the Supreme Court do? – Interpret laws

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