Feds provide Spanish-language study guide for citizenship exam

President Obama wants as many immigrants naturalized as possible before the 2016 election.  And the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is responding by offering a Spanish-language study guide to help non-English-speakers pass the 100-question citizenship exam.  Because the nation needs to have more citizens who don’t speak English, seeing how well multi-lingualism has worked out in Quebec, Belgium, and elsewhere.

Rachel Stoltzfoos adds at the Daily Caller:

Aspiring citizens can find study sheets, flash cards and audio tools in Spanish at USCIS.gov to help them prepare for the 100-question civics test, which must be taken in English. “Prepare for your naturalization test – take our interactive Quizzes in Spanish!” a separate October USCIS blog post promoting the material says. 

Complete interactive tests in Spanish and other languages are on the way.

The Obama administration is in the midst of a massive push to market citizenship to immigrants and refugees ahead of the 2016 election. The White House Task Force on New Americans, created by executive order in 2014, is behind a series of new initiatives aimed at ensuring they have the tools, support and encouragement they need to apply for citizenship.

This is outrageous.  And advantageous for Democrats, of course.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman

President Obama wants as many immigrants naturalized as possible before the 2016 election.  And the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is responding by offering a Spanish-language study guide to help non-English-speakers pass the 100-question citizenship exam.  Because the nation needs to have more citizens who don’t speak English, seeing how well multi-lingualism has worked out in Quebec, Belgium, and elsewhere.

Rachel Stoltzfoos adds at the Daily Caller:

Aspiring citizens can find study sheets, flash cards and audio tools in Spanish at USCIS.gov to help them prepare for the 100-question civics test, which must be taken in English. “Prepare for your naturalization test – take our interactive Quizzes in Spanish!” a separate October USCIS blog post promoting the material says. 

Complete interactive tests in Spanish and other languages are on the way.

The Obama administration is in the midst of a massive push to market citizenship to immigrants and refugees ahead of the 2016 election. The White House Task Force on New Americans, created by executive order in 2014, is behind a series of new initiatives aimed at ensuring they have the tools, support and encouragement they need to apply for citizenship.

This is outrageous.  And advantageous for Democrats, of course.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman