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In 2009, it costs at least:

  • $675 to file your citizenship application
  • $300 or more to have a professional fill out the N-400 form for you
  • $100 or more just to talk to an immigration lawyer
  • $1,000 or more if you hire an immigrantion lawyer
  • Thousand dollars more if you fail your citizenship test/interview

After paying all that, you’d better pass the test or lose all the money!

The USCIS give you a free citizenship CD (questions and answers) and a whole book to study… Wow! However, the book has so much information that you probably don’t have time to study it all. The CD is only good if your English was perfect like that of a natural born American. So, the only good and free thing you can get from the USCIS is the free citizenship application form (N-400). So, what would you do now?

Many people spend so much $$$$money$$$$ on the application and lawyers, and then try to save $5-$10 on the study material by buying the cheapest one on the market. One thing is sure: The new citizenship test is not easy; even a majority of natural American citizens fail that test. Therefore, we suggest that you try to get the best study material you can afford, the book that has only the information you need, and the CD that you can listen to and understand easily.

With that said, be aware that expensive doesn’t mean good! You need to search around, read product reviews, buy from the most reputable sellers.

At Citizenship Coach, if you have $30 you can buy the best citizenship material, or, for just $20 you can study online with real people, at home (while drinking coffee!) do plenty of practice tests, learn English, and more. Go to their website www.citizenshipcoach.com and see what they have for you. Don’t forget to read what their customers said about their #1 best selling citizenship CD.

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Most immigrants find ways to pass the citizenship test. So, why “how to fail”? Well, if you don’t know the reasons then you’re more likely to fail. We have a few listed below – some are obvious, some are funny and probably you have never heard of. If you can think of one, please don’t hesitate to let us know:

    9 ways to fail the citizenship test:

  1. You study very hard… the old citizenship questions
  2. You don’t remember the questions and their answers
  3. You go fishing on the day of the citizenship interview
  4. You greet the USCIS officer with “what’s up?”
  5. You did not hear the questions – but answered anyway!
  6. “I don’t know” and “You don’t know?” were said too many times in the interview
  7. Instead of “Can you repeat the question?” you said “Can I see the question?”
  8. George Washington? who?
  9. They asked you “Where have you been in the past 6 months?” You answered “Prison”

If you want to pass the citizenship test, go to: www.CitizenshipCoach.com. They have everything you need, from CD, MP3, to online class (recommended.) You can pass, they can help.

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Passing the new citizenship test is easier than you might think. Citizenship Coach – a leading company specialized in helping immigrants become naturalized US citizens – can help you. We guarantee 100% passing rate! Anyway, it’s easy to pass the new test. Here’s how:

1. Study the right citizenship questions: Remember, your interviewer will ask you the NEW questions only. If you bought a CD or a study guide with the old questions in it, then throw it away! Citizenship Coach has the new questions and answers in 15 languages for free to download. Go to the website (http://www.CitizenshipCoach.com) to download a free copy.

2. Use the right study aid: If you can learn the test materials by listening to a CD, then buy a good citizenship test CD. If you are a visual person, you want to see the questions and pictures, then SurePass citizenship test online class is perfect for you.

3. Know the format of the test: Remember that the U.S. Citizenship Test is conducted face to face. This means that you would not see the questions during the interview. Therefore, try your best not to look at the questions and answers. Instead, try to learn to understand just by listening.

Always remember, you can pass the citizenship test, we can help. For more information about the U.S. Citizenship Test and many ways you can learn, please go to www.CitizenshipCoach.com

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Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 28, 2009 – October 1st, 2009 marks the one year anniversary of the implementation of the new citizenship test. Most immigrants who take the test find it to be more difficult than its predecessor. It’s so hard, in fact, most natural born American citizens would fail it. Citizenship Coach™ is here to help. With the motto “You can pass the citizenship test. We can help!” they do indeed: Of the many thousands of immigrants who have used Citizenship Coach’s products and services, not a single one has failed the test yet.

How can Citizenship Coach help immigrants pass the citizenship test?

 To keep up with the implementation of the new citizenship test, Citizenship Coach has developed new innovations that are helping U.S. immigrants study and pass the test. The company’s online citizenship test class named SurePass™ is available 24/7. It is reviewed by Immigrant Community Examiner and others as one of the best and most innovative tools available today for immigrants who wish to become naturalized U.S. citizens. By using streaming videos, SurePass helps immigrants learn the 100 new citizenship test questions online and learn how to answer them correctly word by word, verbally – all without having to drive to a class. The online program has been very popular since its debut in 2008 because it is effective, convenient, and easy to use, especially for the non-web savvy users, to practice the citizenship test at their own comfort at home.

And now, Citizenship Coach is even giving back
For each product sold or a SurePass registration, a portion of all profit is being donated to various charities in an effort to help children and families around the world. These donations will be made through the American Redcross, WorldVision, Unicef and Huong Di. Timothy Nguyen, the founder of Citizenship Coach, said: “I came to this country as a poor person, from a poor family, with only $17 dollars my Grandmother gave me. In this land of abundant prosperity I found an education, a great job, and unlimited opportunities to serve. My fellow immigrants and I are called to continue the great charitable tradition of this country, and we are honored to do that.”

When purchasing a citizenship test CD, DVD, Mp3, or a simple study guide, Citizenship Coach’s customers are helping a child in Africa, Asia or in a remote part of the world. For example, last year Citizenship Coach helped build a small house for a poor family in Vietnam. This year they plan to triple that.

Your purchase of a citizenship test CD/MP3/DVD helps a child or a family like this.

Your purchase of a citizenship test CD/MP3/DVD helps a family like this. Citizenship Coach uses a portion of your money to help making their lives a little better.

Immigrants are helping themselves

Through the company’s website, they are offering the largest collection of the translated version of the new citizenship questions and answers in 15 different languages, such as Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Amharic, Oromo, Rusian, French, Tagalog…, even more than the USCIS — and they’re all free to download . This collection is growing fast as more immigrants volunteer to translate the English citizenship questions into their own languages, and then share with their communities via this popular website. All products are designed with the advice, input and the recommendations of many citizenship teachers, immigration lawyers, and past customers. Nguyen said, “They’re helping themselves and helping others at the same time. It only happens in this country, and it’s a beautiful thing!”

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In 2009, it costs at least:

  • $695 to file the citizenship application – form N-400
  • $150 to have someone help you fill out the form and submit to the USCIS
  • $50 just to talk an immigration lawyer for the first time
  • $1,500 if you decide to hire the lawyer to help with your case
  • If you fail your citizenship test, it will cost you even more in time, appeal fees, application fees, and lawyer fees. Total cost would be a few thousand dollars more.

So, after paying all that, you’re still not a US citizenship yet! Time to study! You must take the test and pass, or you will lose all the money!

You get what you pay for. Make sure you get the best! Citizenship Coach's #1 selling citizenship CD in America!

You get what you pay for. Make sure you get the best! Citizenship Coach's #1 selling citizenship CD in America!

You will get a free CD from the USCIS (when you’re finger-printed.) But it is for “experts” in English – the material is read very fast; it’s hard for ESL audience to hear each word… If you don’t understand what’s in that CD, don’t worry, lots of immigrants don’t understand a word from that CD either. People said it well: “Nothing is free in America.”

If English is not your mother tongue, you need help. Visit Citizenship Coach website (www.CitizenshipCoach.com) and get their #1 best selling CD in the USA (study guides included in the package.) It will cost you a few dollars more, but the quality is so much better to help you pass your citizenship interview.

Visit Citizenship Coach website today to see how they can help you.

Visit Citizenship Coach website today to see how they can help you.

You get what you paid for. Don’t try to save just a few dollars. Make sure you buy from the experts you can trust at Citizenship Coach. By the way, you can study online, too, with SurePass Citizenship Test Online. Study anytime, at the comfort of your home.

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Most people think the new citizenship test is harder than the old one, especially those who have limited English. As a citizenship teacher, I believe you need a new way to learn for the new citizenship questions. Let’s take a look at some traditional ways:

  1. Study with Books: This is probably the most boring way to learn today. Imagine reading through a 200-page book! You can do that if you love to read and plan to be a scholar after your citizenship test. Because the test is oral — you won’t see the questions, you can only listen — make sure you understand the questions just by listening to them, which means you have to find a partner who helps read the questions to you. Less and less people are actually learning with books these days.
    The best thing about Books: Lots of information, very well organized.
    Cost: $15-$35 (you can buy used books for less, but they may have old information)
  2. Study with CDs: This is better than studying with a book. Of course, if you can listen to the CD while reading a study guide, then that’s even better. A lot of people choose this option if their English skill is above average.
    The best thing about CDs: You can listen to the audio CD almost anywhere today.
    Cost: $15-$40 -cheaper CDs are probably don’t have true voice – (Read: How to choose the best Citizenship CD)
  3. Study with DVDs: Ah-ha! This is getting a little more interesting. You see visual information, which helps you remember the lessons faster and longer. However, when it comes to doing practice test, you can do a very limited number of tests that were originally created for the DVD. This means that you will not be fully prepare for the real test. Be aware also that most DVDs being sold the market (especially used one) have outdated/old information. Production of DVD tends to be expensive, therefore producers often recycle old content and “slap” a new cover design on the DVD. So, make sure you see previews of the DVDs before you buy. DVD is the most expensive way to learn.
    The best thing about DVDs: You get to see a real person teaching you the lessons and asking the questions, just like in a real interview.
    Cost: $15-$60 (cheaper DVDs are not worth buying)
  4. Study in Class, with an instructor: If you’re willing to drive to a formal class every week and study with a citizenship instructor like me, then this is the best option for you.
    The best thing about Class: Your teachers and classmate can conduct mock-interviews, in which they ask the questions and you answer – Just like in a real interview.
    Cost: $FREE-$90 (4-week to 3-month course)
  5. SurePass - Online Citizenship Test Class

    SurePass - Online Citizenship Test Class

    Study with SurePass – Online Citizenship Test:  THE NEW WAY. This is by far the best option for everyone. It combines the best of all 4 options listed above.

    • Has updated information, organized in small lessons for easy study
    • You can use SurePass anywhere (at home, work, library, in the backyard) and anytime (early morning, in bed, on a couch with a coffee in hand!) No need to drive to class.

      Click the button to get a free trial of this online citizenship test class. You'll like it.

      Click the button to get a free trial of this online citizenship test class. You'll like it.

    • It’s like studying with a friend. Study with real people. Practice test with real people. Just like in a real interview. You will be completely ready for your real test. There will be less surprises.
    • SurePass has English Vocabulary, Test History, Bookmark questions, tips and tricks for each question, lessons and questions in Spanish, Chinese, or other languages, and more.
    • Unlimited random tests – practice as much as you want with different tests all the time.
    • Cost much less! Cost: $19.99/month or cheaper

Everybody prefers studying in a different way. No matter what it is, the best studying method is one that prepares you in the most realistic way – it should make you feel like you’re in a real citizenship test so that there will be less or no surprises for you when you take the real test. Considering all aspects, SurePass is by far the best way to study for the new citizenship test the web has to offer.

SurePass is available online at  www.citizenshipcoach.com, your local libraries, or Citizenship Coach partners.

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Unless you like the US citizenship test so much, you wan to take it many times (hahaha!) it’s worth it to spend some extra time (and even money) to find the best citizenship test CD that really helps you with your study.

If you do a Google search for a citizenship CD, you will see many websites and advertises offering CDs of all kinds. Some are good, some are very bad and should be avoided. So, how do you know which one to buy from? Which CD is best for you (and your pocket)?

Here are some tips to consider when shopping for a great Citizenship Test CD – one that helps instead of hurts you! They’re simple:

  1. Make sure you listen to audio samples. As far as I know (at the moment of writing this blog post) there are only 3 companies that offer free samples (2 are good, one is very bad and should be avoided.)
  2. Make sure the samples come from different parts of the CD. You want the whole CD is high quality, not just a small portion. Buy the CD that has many samples.
  3. This is the most important tip – Make sure the audio is read by a natural human voice. As mentioned, some people try to make quick moneys by selling CDs that are read by computers. While you’re listening, ask yourself this question: “Does it sound like a real person speaking?” Most CDs that are sold without free samples are read by computers. Stay far, far away. (Some are sold for cheap on eBay.) You’d want to listen to a CD that’s read by a professional voice-over artist, which has clearer voice and correct pronunciation for each and every word.
  4. Read reviews from buyers: The more reviews, the better. Buy the one with the most positive reviews. CDs that have reviews from citizenship teachers or immigration lawyers are best. Know what they like or don’t like about the CD, then make your own decision.
Citizenship CD produced by Citizenship Coach

Citizenship CD produced by Citizenship Coach has study guide included for just $30. If you can afford it, this is a great package.

So again, it’s true that you get what you pay for. Good CDs are sold for about $15-$40. Some bad CDs we see are being sold for $8-$25 (with extra stuff that you may not need.) So, shop around! Have fun studying for your citizenship test, and good luck!

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