Citizenship Quiz

GED Social Studies: Citizenship Quiz

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1.Juan went for an interview, but was unable to be provide his potential employer with proper citizenship documentation. He would be considered what type of citizen?

    a. Nonresident Alien
    b. Enemy Alien
    c. Refugee
    d. Illegal Alien

2. Janet was born in Japan while her American parents were teaching abroad. Which of the statements is true about her citizenship?

    a. She cannot be considered an American citizen because she was not born on U.S grounds.
    b. She can be considered a citizen only because she was not born in a warring country.
    c. She can be considered a citizen only because both of her parents are America citizens.
    d. She can be considered a citizen because at least one of her parents is an American citizen.

3. Beatrice came to America after fleeing her country during a war period. What type of citizen is she?

    a. Nonresident Alien
    b. Enemy Alien
    c. Refugee
    d. Illegal Alien

4. Which of the following statements are true about Immigrants:

    a. They are coming in to a new country.
    b. They can never gain citizenship in America.
    c. They are always leaving their country because it is at war.
    d. They are returning to their native country.

5. The process to legalize foreigners in America is called:

    a. Emigration
    b. Constituionalization
    c. Naturalization
    d. Residential Certification

6. Alexander is staying with a host family in Texas for one month while he takes a class. Because he has governmental approval and paperwork, he would be considered what type of short-term citizen?

    a. Nonresident Alien
    b. Enemy Alien
    c. Refugee
    d. Illegal Alien

7. Malik is a non-citizen residing i Detroit, Michigan. If his native country declared war on America, what would become of his citizenship status?a.He would be granted citizenship for his protection.

    b. He would become an enemy alien.
    c. He would be deported immediately.
    d. He would become a refugee.

8. What document outlines the rights of American citizens?a. American Pride and Citizenship

    b. U.S Constitution
    c. Citizenship documents
    d. Naturalization Registration

Thanks for taking the quiz, everyone! Below are the answers.
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1=d; 2=d; 3=c; 4=a; 5=c; 6=a; 7=b; 8=b

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