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The Immigration Process-Citizenship How does the immigration process of citizenship work Becoming a citizen of the United States is a very lengthy process Not just anyone can become a citizen of the United States There are many requirements and responsibilities to becoming a citizen whether it is of the United States or any other country Being a citizen of the United States is a very special privilege The people who do become a citizen should be very lucky and proud to be the citizen of the United States Even though they do become citizens of the United States they shouldnt forget about their own country either but share the joyfulness The process to becoming a citizen is not hard but you have to have been a good residence of the United States That means you had to obey all laws and be a person of good moral character To become a citizen an applicant must be 18 years of age or older They should have also been lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence Individuals who have been lawfully admitted as permanent residents will be asked to produce an I-551 Alien Registration Receipt Card as proof of their residency The applicant also has to have been residing in the US for five years prior to filing with absences from the United States totaling no more than one year Also the applicant should have also been physically present in the United States for at least two and a half years out of the previous five years and has resided within a state or district for at least three months The most important thing in the naturalization or citizenship process is the moral character of the applicant This is important because the US or any other country from what I know would want a person who has been a criminal or has done illegal activities within that country An applicant is permanently barred from
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