Naturalized nationality is defined as the process by which a foreign citizen obtains the citizenship of another country in accordance with federal law while meeting certain requirements. He lives in this country, but not in this country. The United States of America is one of many countries where foreigners can become naturalized citizens.
Rules and regulations can be consulted with the relevant immigration authorities. However, we mentioned the general requirements here. Check the list to determine if you are eligible for U.S. naturalization.
A person must be at least 18 years old to become a naturalized citizen. Applications from young people are not accepted.
There are residence requirements in order to become a naturalized citizen. The person must be a legal resident of the United States for at least 5 years.
Candidates should have good character. He or she must answer all interview questions honestly. The Immigration Service will also investigate your criminal records, such as drunk driving, prostitution, illegal drug use and illegal gambling, and other illegal activities.
Knowledge of English and American history:
When applying for citizenship through naturalization, applicants must be proficient in English. This includes writing, reading, speaking and comprehension. He must also understand the history of the United States and the United States government.
- This process may take 6 months to 2 years. If you meet all the above requirements, you must fill out a form at the Immigration and Nationality Service. Be sure to fill out the form carefully, as errors and blank faces will further increase the overall processing time. Keep a copy of this statement in your records. The application requires two passport photos. Incorrectly sized photos increase the likelihood of rejection.
- After accepting the request, the person will be asked for an interview. During the interview, candidates must answer a written test about the use of English and American history.
- After completing this procedure, the applicant will be required to swear an oath to renounce allegiance to foreign political parties and states, and to guarantee service to the United States when necessary. The US government encourages residents to renounce their nationality, but it does not require them to do so. Residents can have dual citizenship.
- If you swear allegiance, you will be considered a naturalized citizen. You will receive the same rights and protections as American citizens. You must also perform all duties of a U.S. citizen. You will have the right to vote and run for government office; however, naturalized citizens cannot run for president or vice president.
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