The naturalization test is one of the essential requirements to obtain the U.S. citizenship. This test includes an interview, an English test and a civics test.
The latter is the one on which immigrants make the most mistakes, because it is in English and the questions are difficult.
In order for Latino people to prepare themselves, USCIS created an online test that measures the applicants’ knowledge about U.S. civics.
Although this online test is in Spanish, remember that the real one will be in English. There are exceptions only when the applicant is over 65 years of age.
The Test in Spanish
The questions will be in English with Spanish subtitles. They will be focused on basic information about U.S. government and history. Immediately after answering a question, the program will let you know if the option you chose is correct or not. In case it is not, you will be given the correct answer.
This test was created by some members of the White House Task Force on New Americans, and it is available for all those who may need it at my.uscis.gov, along with a series of helpful resources about immigration procedures.
Among these resources are a finder to get English and Citizenship Preparation classes and links with information on immigration and citizenship options and steps.
Everyone can access myUSCIS from a cell phone or any other electronic device.