USCIS Offering Civics Practice Test in Spanish

USCIS Offering Civics Practice Test in Spanish

If Spanish is your first language and you are studying for the naturalization test, we have good news for you: the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has launched an online Spanish-language civics practice test, brought to you by the Task Force on New American initiatives.

On Nov. 19, 2015, the USCIS announced that it is offering an online Spanish-language civics practice test, which joined the English version released earlier in the year.

Each of the questions are presented in English, however, they are accompanied by Spanish subtitles, which focus on basic U.S. history and government topics, according to the USCIS.

Help for Spanish-Speaking Permanent Residents

The USCIS launched the Spanish version with the intention of helping Spanish-speaking lawful permanent residents better study for the naturalization test. The USCIS believes that by offering a Spanish version, it’ll be easier for applicants to retain the information while gaining a firmer grasp on the English language.

The Spanish practice tests are a part of the Task Force on New Americans initiatives, and are available online at

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