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  1. Yes, the procedure has changed. There is no history test for those of us over the age of 60. The web site says this: "personas mayores de sesenta años, será suficiente que acrediten saber hablar español." It is my understanding that "knowing how to speak Spanish" means 1) speaking in Spanish at the interview and 2) a two-part test, the first part consisting of a paragraph written in Spanish followed by 5-6 questions, some factual (i.e., you can find the answer in the paragraph) and some contextual (you have to understand the essence of the paragraph). In the second part, you are given a gen
  2. Has anyone take the Mexican citizen test recently? I am referring to the one for people over 60 - the Spanish comprehension test (written). If so, can you tell me more about it? Thanks...
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