could you become an American citizen

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  1. luke0927

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  2. Malum Prohibitum

    Malum Prohibitum Moderator Staff Member

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    Under number 51, "the right to bear arms" is considered an acceptable answer to naming rights of everyone living in the United States.
     

  3. luke0927

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    I think our own government needs to learn a few of these....
     
  4. legacy38

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    I would have gotten all of those correct, but then again, I teach American Government as an adjunct instructor on the collegiate level.

    I missed one question on the old test when I took it as I didn't know what the INS form number was the citizenship application form.
     
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    It was a qualified answer on the old test. The answer specified that the right could be regulated.
     
  6. Malum Prohibitum

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    They must be anticipating Heller and subsequent cases.
     
  7. legacy38

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    They must be anticipating Heller and subsequent cases.[/quote:2wlxrzcp]

    That test pre-dated the current version. I should have a copy of it somewhere.
     
  8. LonelyMachines

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    These have gotten alot easier over the years. I remember it being harder when I got here.

    What's sad is that you don't have to know the full names of the President or Vice President. "Bush" and "Cheney" are acceptable answers.