I did it! After a few months of paperwork, fingerprints, passport sized photos, copies of variety documents, proof of marriage, proof of living together, etc etc etc - finally it was time to do my US citizenship exam. There were one hundred questions on US civics and history. I memorized them all. Did you know representatives are elected every two years so stay close to their constituents, public opinion and more aware of community concerns? And senators are elected for six years so they could be independent from public opinion? Anyways, i could talk and talk and answer all 100 questions and possibly more. But I was supposed to get 6 right answers out of 10 questions - which was easy!
Thanks a lot for my hubby for helping me to study and watching Alex while i did so. Thanks for endless number of friends supporting and praying for me. I felt very loved and cared. Also, my facebook 'study' buddies. There were quite a few times when i needed help. Here is one example:
For those of you who are curious, here are the questions i was asked:
1. What is an amendment?
2. Who is the Commander in Chief of the military?
3. How many amendments does the Constitution have?
4. What do we show loyalty to when we say the Pledge of Allegiance?
5. Who did the United States fight in World War II?