Citizenship Made Simple: An Easy-to-read Guide to the U.S. Citizenship Process
Thousands of people apply for citizenship in the United States every year, and this fully revised reference provides valuable information for those wishing to apply—including foreign nationals who currently live and work in the U.S.—those who work with U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services, individuals who teach courses on U.S. citizenship, English as a second language instructors, legal support staff, and others. Descriptions of the process, requirements, application procedure, and test samples are detailed. This edition provides the latest information on citizenship based on military service and also includes sample forms and a directory of Immigration and Naturalization Service offices and U.S. passport agencies.
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Reasons to Become a U S Citizen
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