Citizenship Definition

The country in which a person is born in, or naturalized that protects and to which that person owes allegiance. There are two ways to become a citizen, by birth or after birth. Those born in the United States, or abroad to at least one American parent, are considered citizens at birth. To become a citizen after birth individuals must apply for naturalization using Form N-400, Application U.S. Citizenship or Naturalization.

Naturalization is the process by which U.S. Citizenship is granted to foreign citizens or nationals who meet the requirements established in the Immigration and Nationality Act. Applicants are required to complete Form N-400 to apply for U.S. Citizenship.

The Value of Citizenship

Becoming a U.S. citizen is the pinnacle of U.S. Immigration. America is built on immigration and values the contributions of immigrants who continue to enrich and preserve its legacy as a land of freedom and opportunity. Becoming a U.S. Citizen means having all the same rights and privileges as every American-born Citizen.

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