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Workbook Chapter 3 section 2
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__________ is the ruling authority for a group of people.
A __________ is a person who is loyal to a government and is protected by that government.
__________ is the study of the rights and duties of citizens and (in this class) how the government works..
People who have __________ are citizens of a country and have all of the rights and duties that come with belonging to that nation.
To become citizens of the United States, immigrants from other countries go through a process called __________.
A (An) __________ is a person living in a country that he or she is not a citizen of.
A (An) __________ is a person who flees his or her home and has to live elsewhere to escape from war, persecution or natural disaster.
If you are born in any state, territory or federal district in the United states, you are a __________ citizen.
In most cases you are a natural born citizen no matter where you are born if either of your __________ is a citizen at the time of your birth.
If you are born in the United States, are you a natural born citizen even if your parents are here illegally?
You must be how old to complete the naturalization process?
How long must you be a legal permanent resident to complete the naturalization process?
To complete the naturalization process, you must be able to read, write and speak __________.
To complete the naturalization process, you must have good __________ character.
civics and history
To complete the naturalization process, you must pass a US __________ test.
At the citizenship ceremony, applicants must swear their __________ to the United States and promise to obey the Constitution and the laws.
__________ is when a person gives up their US citizenship.
If a person is __________, they have been sent out of the country.
If a person lies on their application to be a US citizen, they can be __________. That means that their citizenship is taken away.
Naturalized citizens convicted of __________ can lose their citizenship and be deported.
People who commit treason are __________ against the government, or using violence to try to overthrow the government.
People who live in the United States who are not citizens are __________.
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