U.S. Citizenship

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U.S. Citizenship

U.S. Citizenship

If a person were born in the U.S. they wold automatically have citizenship here in the U.S. No matter who their parents are or where they are from, the child recieves automatic citizenship. It's giving your alligence to the nation.

Autimatic Citizenship:

This is where things get complicated. First of all you have to be older than 18 years old, and be a permanent resident for more than 5 years. The person also must have good character, speak well english and take the Oath of Alligence.

Naturalization:

3 Rights

There are so many rights, but here are few that i think are the most important. The right of freedom of speech. Another is the right of any religion is to be served. And finally the right to petition the government.

3 Rights for U.S. Citizens

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities for U.S. Citizens:

The rights for a U.S. citizen is they have the right to select who runs the government, or in less nerdy words, vote. They also have the right to run for any type of government and to serve on a jury.

Evryone in the states must follow the law!!!

U.S. citizens are responsible for electing whoever they want as government. Also last one responsibility is citizens can enter Selective Service Sytem, in which allows the government to join the army in any time they are called.

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