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Across: 1. A. What is the ___ of the United States? B. That's easy. Washington, D.C. 4. You have to study hard to pass your ___ interview to become a U.S. citizen. 7. The ___ building in downtown Los Angeles is where people go for their citizenship interviews. 8. Did the first U.S. flag have 13 stars and 13 ___s? 12. Visitors have to go through security when they ___ the federal building (but not when they exit). 13. City hall is in ___ Los Angeles. It's not in West LA or East LA. 15. If you want to pass a test, you have to ___ for it. 17. She entered the federal ___ to go to her citizenship interview. 18. Each ___ on the U.S. flag represents a state. There are 50 ___s.
19. She entered the interview ___ and sat down for her interview.
Down: 2. A. How many stripes are on the U.S. flag? B. That's easy. There are ___ stripes. 3. The ___er asked Emma many questions during her citizenship ___. 4. Are red, white, and blue the three ___s of the U.S. flag? 5. She was ready for all the ___s that the interviewer would ask. 6. ___ Day in the U.S. is June 14. Many people fly their red, white, and blue ___s on that day. 9. A social ___ number is nine digits: 123-45-6789. There are two hyphens. 10. The citizenship test has 100 questions. Do you know all the ___s? 11. Identity theft occurs when someone steals your ___ security number. 14. Do you have a social security ___ or a tax ID ___?
16. A ___ is an exam. You must study for a difficult ___.