Citizenship Made Simple: An Easy to Read Guide to the U.S. Citizenship Process

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Next Decade, Inc., 2003 - Law - 112 pages
Thousands of people apply for citizenship in the United States every year, and this reference provides valuable information for foreign nationals who currently live and work in the United States and wish to apply for citizenship, those who work with US Immigration and Naturalisation Services, individuals who teach courses on US citizenship, English as a second language instructors, legal support staff, and others. It offers descriptions of the process, requirements, application procedure, and test samples. Also included are sample forms and a directory of Immigration and Naturalisation Service offices as well as US passport agencies.
 

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Contents

Definitions
9
Reasons to Become a US Citizen
11
The Four Ways to Qualify for Citizenship
13
Requirements
15
How to Apply
17
Child Citizenship Act of 2000
19
Dual Citizenship
21
The Test
23
Important Documents in Our Nations History
29
An Overview of Our System of Government
55
American Holidays and Symbols
59
Presidents of the United States
63
Sample Questions and Answers
65
Forms
73
Immigration Naturalization Service Office Addresses
91
US Passport Agencies
103

A Brief History of the United States
25

Common terms and phrases

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