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M-623 (Rev. 03/09. those flash playing cards can assist immigrants find out about U.S. historical past and executive whereas getting ready for the hot naturalization try out. those flash playing cards can be utilized in the study room as a tutorial software for citizenship coaching. 104 playing cards published on either side, offered as a collection. writer Homeland safeguard Dept., usa Citizenship and Immigration carrier, workplace of Citizenship - Year/pages 2009: field of 104 playing cards; ailing. - English
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