We call the Constitution a “living document.” That means that it changes as the country changes. The original document was written at the Constitutional Convention in 1787. Then, the country added amendments. More amendments might be added in the future.
This section on writing the Constitution will teach the answers to six (6) questions on the U.S. Naturalization Test.
Section "Learn and Explore" uses official instructions and media files of US Citizenship and Immigration Services, US National Museum of American History, The Smithsonian Institution and other governmental and public organization.