U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it will conduct a nationwide trial of proposed changes to the naturalization test. The agency has also published a notice in the Federal Register. According to USCIS, the trial will include changes to the English-speaking portion of the test and content and format updates to the civics portion. The agency will conduct the trial with the help of volunteer community-based organizations who work with immigrant English language learners and lawful permanent residents preparing for naturalization. USCIS will seek approximately 1,500 individuals enrolled in adult education classes to take the trial test. The agency may use the results of the trial to support changes to the naturalization test.