November 30, 2020
By Cronkite News
The good news for prospective citizens is that they will soon have more time to take the civics test that has long been a critical part of the citizenship process.
The bad news is that, beginning next week, the test will be twice as long. And harder. And there’s no bonus for getting a passing score early.
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