Questions that will likely be asked in a US citizenship immigrant interview
Three Branches of Government
- Executive Branch: “The Federal Government”
- Legislative Branch: “The Upper and Lower House”
- Judicial Branch: “The Supreme Court”
HOW TO APPLY FOR APOSTILLE DOCUMENT.
Top Government Officials in 2021-2024
- President of the USA: Joe Biden (D)
- Vice President of the USA: Kamala Harris (D)
- Senate Speaker: Patrick McHenry (Interim)
- Supreme Court Chief Justice: Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr.
- State Governor: (See list)
- State Senators: (See list)
- State Representative: (See list)
- City Mayor: (See list)
Two political parties in the USA
- Democrats: Liberals (D)
- Republicans: Conservative (R)
HISTORY OF TWO POLITICAL PARTIES IN THE USA.
The most notable Americans in government
- Benjamin Franklin: First diplomat, Post Master General, inventor, etc.
- George Washington: First President – Revolutionary War leadership.
- John Adams: Vice President and 2nd President; Author of the Massachusetts Constitution.
- Thomas Jefferson: Principal author of the Declaration of Independence; Louisianna Purchase.
- Alexander Hamilton: First Secretary of Treasury, Federalist Papers.
- Abraham Lincoln: Emancipation Proclamation (Ended slavery).
- Susan B. Anthony: Equality, Women’s suffrage (right to vote).
- Woodrow Wilson: WW1 President.
- Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR): WW2 President.
- Dwight Eisenhower: WW2 General.
- Harry Truman: WW2 President.
- Martin Luther King Jr.: Civil Rights Leader.
- Barack Obama: First African American President.
FILIPINO EDUCATORS WHO MADE HISTORY.
First four amendments
- First Amendment: Free speech, religion, press, assembly, petition.
- Second Amendment: Right to bear arms.
- Third Amendment: No quartering of troops in homes.
- Fourth Amendment: Protects against unlawful searches and seizures.
SEPARATION OF CHRUCH AND STATE IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Important Years in the History of the USA
- Declaration of Independence: July 4, 1776
- Articles of Confederation: 1781
- Constitution: 1787
- Bill of Rights Ratified (First 10 Amendments): 1791
- Louisiana Purchase: April 30, 1803
- Emancipation Proclamation: January 1, 1863
- End of the Civil War: April 9, 1865
- Suffrage (19th Amendment): 1920
- Attack on Pearl Harbor: 1941
- D-Day (Normandy Invasion): 1944
- Civil Rights Act: 1964
- Landing on the Moon: 1969
- September 11 Attacks: September 11, 2001
Random questions that’s usually asked
- Principles in the Declaration of Independence?
- Answer: Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
- Why did colonists come to America?
- Freedom, freedom of religion, and economic opportunities.
- First three words of the U.S. Constitution?
- First 10 amendments to the Constitution?
- Answer: The Bill of Rights
- What do stripes and stars on the American flag represent?
- Answer: The original 13 colonies and 50 states.
- Rights, privileges, or mandatory for a US citizen?
- Answer: Vote, run for office, be a jury.
- Who and when can you vote?
- Answer: Citizens who are 18 and above.
- What is the age for conscription?
- Answer: 18 to 25 years old.
- What are the colors of the American flag?
- Answer: Red, white, and blue.
- Terms of office of the President, Senator, Representative?
- Answer: 4, 6, and 2 years.
- Two U.S. wars in the 1800s?
- Answer: Civil War, Mexican-American War, or War of 1812
- Three U.S. wars after WW2?
- Korean, Vietnam War, 9/11 Terrorist Attack
- Two U.S. wars after 9/11
- War on Terror (Afghanistan/Al Qaeda), Iraq War
- Border state to Canada
- Alaska, New York, Michigan
- Border state to Mexico
- California, Texas, Arizona
THE FILIPINO AMERICAN HISTORY.