Nationality exam complaints reach Spanish House of Commons

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COMPLAINTS regarding exams that Spanish nationality applicants are required to sit have reached the Spanish House of Commons.

Parliamentary group Izquierda Plural has asked the House to urge the government to eliminate questionnaires applicants have been obliged to take for the last two years, many of which even Spaniards would fail.

Although the tests were intended to see how well integrated applicants were, the content was left up to civil registries, meaning some contain reportedly ridiculous or difficult questions.

Test failures have resulted in ever-increasing numbers of applications being turned down, which the group said defeated the object entirely.

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