The 4th of July commemorates the declaration of independence in 1776. It is also a day when hundreds of individuals around the country will take the Oath of Allegiance at a naturalization ceremony to become American citizens.
The process and choice to pledge allegiance to this great country have many steps; one, in particular, is preparing for a one-on-one interview which includes reviewing 100 questions about American civics and history. We invited you to respond to only ten of these questions. Here are the answers.
We the People
The Bill of Rights
Checks and balances or separation of powers
The Senate and House (of Representatives)
Fought for women’s rights or fought for civil rights
Missouri (River) and Mississippi (River)
U.S. Virgin Islands
Northern Mariana Islands
After each naturalization ceremony, new citizens are encouraged to share their stories and photos on social media. Here are some photos shared by some new US citizens. –Happy 4th of July everyone!
Source: the naturalization process history and civics questions, available at https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/document/questions-and-answers/100q.pdf
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