When it Comes to New Citizens, the U.S. is Clearly not Looking for the ‘Best and Brightest’

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Every now and then I toy with the idea of becoming a U.S. citizen, but as it has been the case, I always end up leaving the project in my special To do, but won’t do list.

Still, I often test myself using apps and online citizenship tests, mostly because they remind me that — should I ever take this thing seriously — it won’t be as hard as I’ve always feared. In fact, it’s one of the most hilarious things I’ve ever come across.

Are you scared of the citizenship test? Fear no more. Here’s what’s in store for you. Relax! have a margarita (or two) and just go follow your [primary school] instincts.

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3 Responses to When it Comes to New Citizens, the U.S. is Clearly not Looking for the ‘Best and Brightest’

  1. Ya, pero y si te hacen cantar el himno y desafinas “como una perra” porque se te ha ido la mano con la margaritas?? Se han dado el caso, beleive me!

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