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The following are more sample U.S. History and Government
Questions that may be asked during the Naturalization Exam.
(Source: United States Immigration and Naturalization Service -
United States Department of Justice)

Typical Questions
1. What is the legislative branch of our Government?
2. What makes up Congress?
3. Who makes the Federal laws in the United States?
4. Who elects Congress?
5. How many Senators are there in Congress?
6. For how long do we elect each Senator?
7. Name two Senators from your state.
8. How many voting members are in the House of
9. For how long do we elect each member of the House of
10. Who is the head of the Executive Branch of the U.S.
Immigration law is a
body of law dealing
with legal entry into the
United States, among
other areas such as
obtaining green cards,
visas, deportation,
filing for amnesty,
arranging sponsorship
to obtain H1, H2, H3 or
H4 visas for
employment in the
United States.

Immigration attorneys
tend to focus on federal
law that addresses
permanent residence,
citizenship and other
elements of lawfully
residing in the United
States. A benefit of a
good immigration law
firm is that there is
more than one way to
enter the U.S. Some
elements of
immigration law can be
straight forward, such
as filling out forms, and
some elements can be
complex, such as
representing clients in
deportation hearings
before a federal judge.
A good advocate
should be able to
guide a client through
anything from applying
for a green card lottery
or figuring out how to
attain a green card
through investment.
1. Congress
2. The Senate and the
House of
3. Congress
4. The citizens of the
United States
5. There are 100
Senators in Congress, 2
from each state.
6. 6 years
7. The answer to this
question depends on
where you live.
8. There are 435 voting
members in the House
of Representatives.
9. For 2 years
10. The President
Before you hire an attorney, find
out how they will charge legal
fees. Will they charge by the
hour? Will they charge a flat fee?
Will they charge for each
appearance? These are
important questions to ask.