New Resources Available for United States Immigration Hopefuls

Share Article, a Web site dedicated to providing information about immigration issues in the U.S., is notifying the public of new resources available from Citizenship and Immigration Services., an online source of information and advice about immigration issues in the United States, has some news for prospective citizens. Those interested in passing the immigration test can now take advantage of a set of flash cards that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services have put together. The team at hopes that these new resources will spark more interest in legal citizenship as opposed to illegal immigration.

The flash cards mirror actual questions from the immigration test that individuals are required to pass before they are granted United States citizenship, including the following:

  •     How many voting members are in the House of Representatives?
  •     In what year was the Constitution written?
  •     Independence Day celebrates independence from whom?
  •     What is the Bill of Rights?
  •     What is the supreme law of the United States?
  •     Who becomes president if both the president and vice president die?
  •     Who elects the president of the United States?
  •     Who said, "Give me liberty or give me death?"
  •     Who wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner?"
  •     Why did the pilgrims come to America?

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services offer these sample questions from the immigration test along with the answers that are printed directly on the front and back of the flash cards. Those interested in legal United States immigration can use the flash cards as a study tool, and teachers and volunteers can also use them in the classroom.

For additional information about immigration issues, including how to immigrate to the United States legally, visit

About Immigration Law Help: understands the problems that immigrants face, and they know that immigration to the United States can't and shouldn't be forbidden. They are, however, completely against illegal immigration. Immigration Law Help believes that making as much information available about the immigration law as possible is one way to minimize illegal actions. knows that navigating the constantly changing immigration law is not an easy task. The large number of forms that must be filled out, the numerous types of visas and the complicated green card hearings make legal immigration harder. So, their goal is to encourage legal immigration by providing the necessary information, advice and legal counseling when necessary. And their advice is simple: be informed and stay legal.

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