New Naturalization Civics Test
The USCIS will implement a revised version of the naturalization civics test for applications filed on December 1, 2020 and later. The USCIS will now ask 20 questions out of 128 questions and the applicant needs to answer 12 questions correctly to pass the civics test.
The applicants at age 65 or older who have been lawful permanent residents for at least 20 years will continue to be asked 10 test questions and need to answer 6 questions correctly.
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