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Answers to One Hundred Typical Questions for U.S. Citizenship Interview

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Compiled by Ray Colorado, PinoyDirectory.com

  1. Red, white, and blue

  2. Fifty (50)

  3. White

  4. One for each state in the union

  5. Thirteen (13)

  6. Red and white

  7. They represent the original 13 states

  8. Fifty (50)

  9. Independence Day

  10. July 4th

  11. England

  12. England

  13. George Washington

  14. George W. Bush

  15. Richard B. Cheney

  16. The Electoral College

  17. The Vice President

  18. Four (4) years

  19. The Supreme Law of the Land

  20. Yes

  21. Amendments

  22. Twenty six (26)

  23. Three (3)

  24. Legislative, Executive, and Judiciary

  25. Congress

  26. Congress

  27. The Senate and the House of Representatives

  28. To make laws

  29. The people

  30. One hundred (100)

  31. List of U.S. Senators

    • Alaska (AK) - Lisa Murkowski (R)
    • Alaska (AK) - Ted Stevens (R)
    • Alabama (AL) - Jeff Sessions (R)
    • Alabama (AL) - Richard C. Shelby (R)
    • Arkansas (AR) - Blanche L. Lincoln (D)
    • Arkansas (AR) - Mark L. Pryor (D)
    • Arizona (AZ) - Jon Kyle (R)
    • Arizona (AZ) - John McCain (R)
    • California (CA) - Barbara Boxer (D)
    • California (CA) - Dianne Feinstein (D)
    • Colorado (CO) - Wayne Allard (R)
    • Colorado (CO) - Ken Salazar (D)
    • Connecticut (CT) - Chistopher J. Dodd (D)
    • Connecticut (CT) - Joseph I. Lieberman (D)
    • Delaware (DE) - Joseph R. Biden, Jr. (D)
    • Delaware (DE) - Thomas R. Carper (D)
    • Florida (FL) - Mel Martinez (R)
    • Florida (FL) - Bill Nelson (D)
    • Georgia (GA) - Saxby Chambliss (R)
    • Georgia (GA) - Johnny Isakson (R)
    • Hawaii (HI) - Daniel Akaka (D)
    • Hawaii (HI) - Daniel K. Inouye (D)
    • Iowa (IA) - Chuck Grassley (R)
    • Iowa (IA) - Tom Harkin (D)
    • Idaho (ID) - Larry E. Craig (R)
    • Idaho (ID) - Mike Crapo (R)
    • Illinois (IL) - Richard Durbin (D)
    • Illinois (IL) - Barack Obama (D)
    • Indiana (IN) - Evan Bayh (D)
    • Indiana (IN) - Richard G. Lugar (R)
    • Kansas (KS) - Sam Brownback (R)
    • Kansas (KS) - Pat Roberts, (R)
    • Kentucky (KY) - Jim Bunning (R)
    • Kentucky (KY) - Mitch McConnell (R)
    • Louisiana (LA) - Mary Landrieu (D)
    • Louisiana (LA) - David Vitter (R)
    • Massachussettes (MA) - Edward M. Kennedy (D)
    • Massachussettes (MA) - John F. Kerry (D)
    • Maryland (MD) - Barbara A. Mikulski (D)
    • Maryland (MD) - Paul S. Sarbanes (D)
    • Maine (ME) - Susan M. Collins (R)
    • Maine (ME) - Olympia J. Snowe (R)
    • Michigan (MI) - Carl Levin (D)
    • Michigan (MI) - Debbie Stabenow (D)
    • Minnesota (MN) - Norm Coleman (R)
    • Minnesota (MN) - Mark Dayton (D)
    • Missouri (MO) - Christopher S. Bond (R)
    • Missouri (MO) - James M. Talent (R)
    • Mississippi (MS) - Thad Cochran (R)
    • Mississippi (MS) - Trent Lott (R)
    • Montana (MT) - Max Baucus (D)
    • Montana (MT) - Conrad Burns (R)
    • North Carolina (NC) - Richard Burr (R)
    • North Carolina (NC) - Elizabeth Dole (R)
    • North Dakota (ND) - Kent Conrad (D)
    • North Dakota (ND) - Byron L. Dorgan (D)
    • Nebraska (NE) - chuck Hagel (R)
    • Nebraska (NE) - E.Benjamin Nelson (D)
    • New Hampshire (NH) - Judd Gregg (R)
    • New Hampshire (NH) - John E. Sununu (R)
    • New Jersey (NJ) - Krank R. Lautenberg (D)
    • New Jersey (NJ) - Robert Menendez (D)
    • New Mexico (NM) - Jeff Bingaman (D)
    • New Mexico (NM) - Pete V. Domenici (R)
    • Nevada (NV) - John Ensign (R)
    • Nevada (NV) - Harry Reid (D)
    • New York (NY) - Hillary Rodham Clinton (D)
    • New York (NY) - Charles E. Schumer (D)
    • Ohio (OH) - Mike DeWine (R)
    • Ohio (OH) - George V. Voinovich (R)
    • Oklahoma (OK) - Tom Coburn (R)
    • Oklahoma (OK) - James M. Inhofe (R)
    • Oregon (OR) - Gordon H. Smith (R)
    • Oregon (OR) - Ron Wyden (D)
    • Pennsylvania (PA) - Rick Santorum (R)
    • Pennsylvania (PA) - Arlen Specter (R)
    • Rhode Island (RI) - Jack Reed (D)
    • Rhode Island (RI) - Lincoln Chafee (R)
    • South Carolina (SC) - Jim DeMint (R)
    • South Carolina (SC) - Lindsey Graham (R)
    • South Dakota (SD) - Tim Johnson (D)
    • South Dakota (SD) - John Thune (R)
    • Tennessee (TN) - Lamar Alexander (R)
    • Tennessee (TN) - William H Frist (R)
    • Texas (TX) - John Cornyn (R)
    • Texas (TX) - Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R)
    • Utah (UT) - Robert F. Bennett (R)
    • Utah (UT) - Orrin G. Hatch (R)
    • Virginia (VA) - George Allen (R)
    • Virginia (VA) - John Warner (R)
    • Vermont (VT) - James M. Jeffords (I)
    • Vermont (VT) - Patrick J. Leahy (D)
    • Washington (WA) - Maria Cantwell (D)
    • Washington (WA) - Patty Murray (D)
    • Wisconsin (WI) - Russell D. Feingold (D)
    • Wisconsin (WI) - Herb Kohl (D)
    • West Virginia (WV) - Robert C. Byrd (D)
    • West Virginia (WV) - John D. Rockefeller IV (D)
    • Wyoming (WY) - Michael B. Enzi (R)
    • Wyoming (WY) - Craig Thomas (R)

  32. Six (6) years

  33. Four hundred thirty five (435)

  34. Two (2) years

  35. The President, Cabinet, and departments under the Cabinet members

  36. The Supreme Court

  37. To interpret laws

  38. The Constitution

  39. The first 10 Amendments of the Constitution

  40. List of State Capitals

    • Alabama - Montgomery
    • Alaska - Juneau
    • Arizona - Phoenix
    • Arkansas Little Rock
    • California - Sacramento
    • Colorado - Denver
    • Connecticut - Hartford
    • Delaware - Dover
    • Florida - Tallahassee
    • Georgia - Atlanta
    • Hawaii - Honolulu
    • Idaho - Boise
    • Illinois - Springfield
    • Indiana - Indianapolis
    • Iowa - Des Moines
    • Kansas - Topeka
    • Kentucky - Frankfort
    • Louisiana - Baton Rouge
    • Maine - Augusta
    • Maryland - Annapolis
    • Massachusettes - Boston
    • Michigan - Lansing
    • Minnesota - Saint Paul
    • Mississippi - Jackson
    • Missouri - Jefferson City
    • Montana - Helena
    • Nebraska - Lincoln
    • Nevada - Carson City
    • New Hampshire - Concord
    • New Jersey - Trenton
    • New Mexico - Santa Fe
    • New York - Albany
    • North Carolina - Raleigh
    • North Dakota - Bismarck
    • Ohio - Columbus
    • Oklahoma - Oklahoma City
    • Oregon - Salem
    • Pennsylvania - Harrisburg
    • Rhode Island - Providence
    • South Carolina - Columbia
    • South Dakota - Pierre
    • Tennessee - Nashville
    • Texas - Austin
    • Utah - Salt Lake City
    • Vermont - Montpelier
    • Virginia - Richmond
    • Washington - Olympia
    • West Virginia - Charleston
    • Wisconsin - Madison
    • Wyoming - Cheyenne


  41. List of U.S. State Governors

    • Alabama - Bob Riley
    • Alaska - Frank H. Murkowski
    • Arizona - Janet Napolitano
    • Arkansas - Mike Huckabee
    • California - Arnold Schwarzenegger
    • Colorado - Bill Owens
    • Connecticut - M. Jodi Rell
    • Delaware - Ruth Ann Minner
    • Florida - Jeb Bush
    • Georgia - Sonny Perdue
    • Hawaii - Linda Lingle
    • Idaho - James E. Risch
    • Illinois - Rod R. Blagojevich
    • Indiana - Mitch Daniels
    • Iowa - Tom Vilsack
    • Kansas - Kathleen Sebelius
    • Kentucky - Ernie Fletcher
    • Louisiana - Kathleen B. Blanco
    • Maine - John E. Baldacci
    • Maryland - Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr.
    • Massachusettes - Mitt Romney
    • Michigan - Jennifer M. Granholm
    • Minnesota - Tim Pawlenty
    • Mississippi - Haley Barbour
    • Missouri - Matt Blunt
    • Montana - Brian Schweitzer
    • Nebraska - Dave Heineman
    • Nevada - Kenny Guinn
    • New Hampshire - John Lynch
    • New Jersey - Jon Corzine
    • New Mexico - Bill Richardson
    • New York - George E. Pataki
    • North Carolina - Michael F. Easley
    • North Dakota - John Hoeven
    • Ohio - Bob Taft
    • Oklahoma - Brad Henry
    • Oregon - Ted Kulongoski
    • Pennsylvania - Edward G. Rendell
    • Rhode Islands - Donald L. Carcieri
    • South Carolina - Mark Sanford
    • South Dakota - Mike Rounds
    • Tennessee - Phil Bredesen
    • Texas - Rick Perry
    • Utah - Jon Huntsman
    • Vermont - Jim Douglas
    • Virginia - Tim Kaine
    • Washington - Christine Gregoire
    • Washington, DC -
    • West Virginia - Joe Manchin III
    • Wisconsin - Jim Doyle
    • Wyoming - Dave Freudenthal

  42. Speaker of the House of Representatives

  43. John G. Roberts, Jr.

  44. The 13 original states:
    • Connecticut
    • New Hampshire
    • New York
    • New Jersey
    • Massachusetts
    • Pennsylvania
    • Delaware
    • Virginia
    • North Carolina
    • South Carolina
    • Georgia
    • Rhode Island
    • Maryland

  45. Patrick Henry

  46. Germany, Italy, and Japan

  47. Hawaii and Alaska

  48. Two (2)

  49. A civil rights leader

  50. (insert local information)

  51. Requirements to be eligible to become president:
    • Must be a natural born citizen of the United States
    • Must be at least 35 years old by the time he/she will serve
    • Must have lived in the United States for at least 14 years

  52. Two (2) from each state

  53. Appointed by the President

  54. Nine (9)

  55. For religious freedom

  56. Governor

  57. Mayor

  58. Thanksgiving

  59. Thomas Jefferson

  60. July 4, 1776

  61. That all men are created equal

  62. The Star-Spangled Banner

  63. Francis Scott Key

  64. The Bill of Rights

  65. Eighteen (18)

  66. The President

  67. The Supreme Court

  68. Abraham Lincoln

  69. freed many slaves

  70. The Cabinet

  71. George Washington

  72. Form N-400, "application to file petition for naturalization"

  73. The American Indians (Native Americans)

  74. The Mayflower

  75. Colonies

  76. Freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights:

    • The right of freedom of speech, press, religion, peaceable assembly and requesting the change of government

    • The right to bear arms (the right to have weapons or own a gun, though subject to certain regulations)

    • The government may not quarter, or house, soldiers in the people's homes during peacetime without the people's consent

    • The government may not search or take a person's property without a warrant

    • A person may not be tried twice for the same crime and does not have to testify against him/herself

    • A person charged with a crime still has some rights, such as the right to a trial and to have a lawyer

    • The right to trial by jury in most cases

    • Protects people against excessive or unreasonable fines or cruel and unusual punishment

    • The people have rights other than those mentioned in the Constitution

    • Any power not given to the federal government by the constitution is a power of either the state or the people

  77. The Congress

  78. Republican

  79. Abraham Lincoln

  80. 1787

  81. The Bill of Rights

  82. For countries to discuss and try to resolve world problems; to provide economic aid to many countries

  83. In the Capitol in Washington, D.C.

  84. Everyone (citizens and non-citizens living in the U.S.)

  85. The Preamble

  86. Benefits of being U.S. citizen:
    • Obtain federal government jobs
    • Travel with a U.S. passport
    • Petition for close relatives to come to U.S. to live

  87. The right to vote

  88. The place where congress meets

  89. The president's official home

  90. Washington, D.C. (1600 Pensylvania Avenu, N.W.)

  91. The White House

  92. Rights guaranteed by the First Amendment
    • freedom of speech
    • freedom of the press
    • freedom of religion
    • peaceable assembly
    • requesting change of the government

  93. The President

  94. George Washington

  95. November

  96. January

  97. There is no limit

  98. There is no limit

  99. Democratic and Republican

  100. Fifty(50)


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