Immigration Q&A: Naturalization questions and answers


37. Reviews laws; explains laws; resolves disputes; decides if a law goes against the Constitution

38. The Supreme Court

39. Nine

40. John Roberts

41. To print money; to declare war; to create an army; to make treaties

42. Provide schooling and education; provide protection (police); provide safety (fire departments); give a driver’s license; approve zoning and land use

43. Answers vary according to state. In New York the governor is David Paterson

44. Answers vary according to state. In New York the capital is Albany

45. Democratic and Republican

46. Democratic

47. Nancy Pelosi

48. Citizens eighteen and older (can vote). You don’t have to pay (a poll tax) to vote. Any citizen can vote. (Women and men can vote.)  A male citizen of any race (can vote).

49. Serve on a jury; vote in a federal election

50. Vote in a federal election; run for federal office.

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