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Central Bank: The cash reserve increased to 40.200 billion dollars by the end of February

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Revealed that the Civics test can be written in the 2008 method. US CIS issued the announcement

Washington: US President Joe Biden has canceled a citizenship test introduced by Trump last year. His government announced that it would implement the 2008 system to grant citizenship to all eligible candidates. Those who wanted to be American citizens understood English and brought back the old rules that were only valid if they passed the Civics exam. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued a statement to this effect.

It said the new rules, introduced in December last year, would damage the naturalness of the citizenship process, which would be revoked and re-examined in the old way. However, the US CIS has stated that those who have been preparing for the exam in the new system will be able to take the exam until April 19, according to the Khatrampga Rule, and those who apply after March 1, 2021 will be able to take the exam according to the 2008 method. Indians will benefit the most from this decision.

However, according to the new rules brought by Trump .. one hundred questions increased to 138. Candidates say most of them are political questions. In addition, there are opinions that this test has become too complicated. Trump then mandated that applicants apply for the new Civics Test on or after December 1, 2020.

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