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2 citizenship

  1. 1. American Population-late 1700’s less than 4 million people-today nearly 300 million-what caused the growth? immigration birthrate
  2. 2. Citizenship-What is a citizen?-two ways to become a citizen-born a citizen-through naturalization
  3. 3. Citizen By Birth-Citizenship by Birth-born anywhere in any part of the United States-If your parents are citizens no matter where you were born-possible to be a dual citizen at birth
  4. 4. Naturalization-naturalization-5 requirements -file an intent form -live in U.S. for 5 years -be 18 years old -take naturalization test -take citizenship oath
  5. 5. Naturalization-naturalization-5 requirements -file an intent form -live in U.S. for 5 years -be 18 years old -take naturalization test -take citizenship oath
  6. 6. Naturalization-naturalization-5 requirements -file an intent form -live in U.S. for 5 years -be 18 years old -take naturalization test -take citizenship oath
  7. 7. Legal Aliens-Legal alien-immigrant-have written permission to be in the U.S. Visa / Green Card- Formal permission for a non-citizen to be in a nation-can’t vote or hold public office-have same legal rights as citizens
  8. 8. Legal Aliens-Legal alien-immigrant-have written permission to be in the U.S. Visa / Green Card- Formal permission for a non-citizen to be in a nation-can’t vote or hold public office-have same legal rights as citizens
  9. 9. Illegal Aliens-Illegal Aliens-can not do anything legally in the U.S. vote, hold office, work-can be deported if found -The process of being expelled from a nation-why would someone come here if they would be an illegal alien???

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