U.S. Civics and English courses to quickly prepare you for the N-400 interview in 2024.

The Capitol Building, the seat of the United States Congress, the legislative branch of the federal government located on Capitol Hill at the eastern end of the National Mall in Washington, D.C.


Easy online courses will thoroughly prepare U.S. citizenship candidates to confidently take the 2024 U.S. Naturalization Test. Based on the 100 Civics Questions and Answers published by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, our on-demand civics course covers all the information needed to pass the civics part of the citizenship test. Our on-demand English course helps candidates prepare for all three parts of the English test: speaking, writing, and reading.



U.S. Citizenship Course and Practice Test (2024)

Based on the  U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS)100 Civics Questions and Answers, the course includes:

  • 12 Multimedia Lessons and Study Guides with Civics Q&A
  • 12 Interactive Knowledge Checks to Practice Questions
  • Fun Treasure Hunt Bonus Game to Practice Questions about Early US History
  • Practice Test with all 100 USCIS Civics Questions

 English Course 

  • Intensive practice speaking English
  • 38 OnDemand videos w/ native English speaker
  • Interactive role play, reading, and writing exercises
  • 750 + vocabulary words
  • English dialogs and translations

These courses are valued at over $800 together and are a huge timesaver in preparing for the N-400 Interview.

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U.S. History online course to study for United States citizenship exam and pass the American naturalization test

U.S. History for Citizenship

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Study and get prepared for the U.S. Citizenship test with an entertaining on-demand online course based on the USCIS test questions and answers. This course will give you confidence in preparedness to pass the United States naturalization test – the U. S. civics part.

Learn or improve your English speaking skills with Speak to Learn approach, the course is designed to let students speak first and then understand with more than three and a half hours of practice with a native American English speaker.

Speak to Learn™ English

online course

Learn and improve your English speaking skills with Speak to Learn™ approach. This online course is designed to let students speak first and then understand with hours of practice with a native American English speaker video materials.

About Us

Approximately one million people every year apply for U.S. citizenship. We believe a great goal deserves a great study course!

The site, U.S. History for Citizsnhip, and its courses were developed by Change Corporation, a communications and training consulting firm in Houston, Texas founded in 2011 for providing change management services to Fortune 500 companies. With a mission to "make success easier," our team of writers, teachers, linguists, and creative technologists designed the U.S. Civics and English courses to help citizenship candidates feel confident and informed for passing the U.S. naturalization test and to help all curious minds learn or refresh their knowledge of U.S. history. We believe the life-changing milestone of swearing allegiance to the United States deserves a study course that is most exceptional ! We are proud to support a more knowledgable electorate.

As individuals, we love welcoming immigrants, sharing the principles of our democracy, facilitating English conversation, and helping people form uncommon bonds.

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In preparation for my interview last week, I re-watched all the videos, took notes, and the main takeaway was a clear and structured timeline of the major events.

- Katia

I binge-watched the entire course. The extra information for all curious minds really got me curious. Part 2, Watergate, inspired me to watch "All the President`s Men".

- Julio

I was so excited playing this game and getting my answers right!



- Maria

I used the Study Guides to review citizenship interview questions. Then, I would find answers in the video lesson - really worked wonders!

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