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State Letter #09-15

Updated USCIS Naturalization Publications and Training Materials

Published: March 12, 2009
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State Letter
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uscis, naturalization, training materials

TO: STATE REFUGEE COORDINATORS
REFUGEE HEALTH COORDINATORS
NATIONAL VOLUNTARY AGENCIES
OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES

FROM: David H. Siegel
Acting Director
Office of Refugee Resettlement

SUBJECT: Updated USCIS Naturalization Publications and Training Materials

The purpose of this ORR State Letter is to make available to Refugee Service Providers the USCIS notice titled “Updated Naturalization Publications and Training Materials,” dated March 11, 2009. The attached four page notice contains updated USCIS Naturalization Publications and Training Materials for the revised Naturalization Exam. In order to become a U.S. citizen, a qualifying Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) must meet all requirements for naturalization and pass the Naturalization Exam.

Included within the USCIS notice are links to the following publications and training materials on naturalization:

  • A Guide to Naturalization, M-476
  • The Citizen’s Almanac, M-76
  • Information and Study Materials for the New Naturalization Test
  • 100 Civics Questions
  • Civics Flash cards, M-623
  • Learn About the U.S.: Quick Civics Lessons for the New Naturalization Test, M-638
  • Vocabulary List for the English Reading Test
  • Vocabulary List for the English Writing Test
  • Vocabulary Flash Cards for the New Naturalization Test, M-715
  • The Redesigned Naturalization Test Informational Brochure, M-685

Also included are links to information and study materials for the old Naturalization Test:

  • 96 sample questions
  • Sample Civics Questions for Elderly Applicants
  • Sample Sentences for Written English Testing
  • Civics Flash Cards, M-623
  • Learn About the U.S.: Quick Civics Lessons, M-638

Refugee Service Providers are encouraged to give this ORR State Letter wide dissemination.

If you have questions regarding the information contained in this ORR State Letter, please contact Thomas Pabst at (202) 401-5398 or by email at thomas.pabst@acf.hhs.gov.