Mon, 16 January 2017
14 USCIS Questions in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Check out our Citizenship Resources for Martin Luther King, Jr Day
Mon, 9 January 2017
A Casual Citizenship Interview with Mrs Chen (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
After the interview, Mrs Chen and I talk about the Taiwanese language and the importance of passing on our language and heritage to our children.
You can dowload pdfs of the interview and quiz at uscitizenpod.com
USCIS 100 Remix Quiz: Twos" 02, 12, 22, 32, 42, 52, 62, 72, 82, 92
Tue, 3 January 2017
Is your goal to become an American citizen? Study up by listening to this mock citizenship interview between Officer Michaelson and Gabby from Norway.
You can download the script and practice with friends and family
Tue, 27 December 2016
A Citizenship Quiz for Kwanzaa
Today's podcast matches the seven principles of Kwanzaa with seven USCIS civics questions.
Are any of the Kwanzaa principles similar to your community's values?
What is Kwanzaa?
Kwanzaa is a week long celebration (Dec 25 to Jan 1) held in the United States to honor universal African heritage and culture.
Kwanzaa is a celebration that came out of the black nationalist movement of the 1960s. It was created as a way to help African Americans reconnect with their African cultural and historical heritage.
Every night, people light a candle on a kinara (candle holder) which represent the follwing principles:
Unity, Self-determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, and Faith.
Fri, 23 December 2016
Part 2: U.S. History (15 questions)
11. The Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution.
Direct download: electoral-college-quiz-2.mp3
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Fri, 23 December 2016
Electoral College Citizenship quizzes (10 questions)
2. all of the people of the state
3. the President
4. the Vice President
5. because some states have more people
6. Democratic and Republican
10. Washington D.C.
Thu, 15 December 2016
In response to federal legislation about national security and immigration, the USCIS expanded the Moral Character, Acts of Violence, and Crime sections of the N-400 in 2014. This action was taken to safe guard the basic rights of all those living in America, and to have legal recourse if a legal permanent resident or new citizen was found to have engaged in past violent crimes.
This interview and quiz explores the link between the Bill of Rights and the N-400 part 12. This is a very detailed interview and quiz, so please download the pdf.
Listen for and and circle the key words.
Think about and discuss the connections that you see between each amendment of the Bill of Rights and the N-400 Part 12 questions.
After the interview, Teacher Lisa Lau will discuss the importance of the Bill of rights and how to prepare for the citizenship interview. he will speak in Cantonese for a minute, and then will summarize her remarks in English.
For more resources about the Bill of Rights, go to http://www.uscitizenpod.com/2016/12/citizenship-resources-for-bill-of.html
Also check out our resources for Human Rights Day http://www.uscitizenpod.com/2016/12/human-rights-day.html
Sat, 10 December 2016
A Citizenship Quiz in Honor of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Human Rights Day (Dec. 10)
Human Rights Day celebrates the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by the United Nations on December 10, 1948. The UDHR lists the 30 inalienable rights of all people as the basis of freedom, justice and peace in the world.
OHCHR: The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
UDHR has been translated into over 500 languages.
Human Rights Action Center
More Resources for Human Rights Day
Mon, 5 December 2016
A Citizenship Interview recorded with Hoa Minh Quanplus more than ten Civics questions
Mon, 28 November 2016
10 USCIS civics questions focusing on Recent Native American History and Legislation