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Citizenship Made Simple

An Easy-to-read Guide to the U.S. Citizenship Process
Kimmel, Barbara Brooks (Book - 2009 )
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Completely revised to coincide with the new U.S. citizenship test, this trusted guide includes all the latest information necessary to apply for citizenship. The discussion covers the requirements for all applicants, including foreign nationals who currently live and work in the U.S., people seeking dual citizenship, and people who are applying on the basis of military service. Sample forms and test questions are provided, along with a brief history of the United States and other material needed to prepare for the test. A directory of Immigration and Naturalization Service offices and U.S. passport agencies is also included.
Authors: Kimmel, Barbara Brooks
Title: Citizenship made simple
an easy-to-read guide to the U.S. citizenship process
Publisher: Chester, N.J. : Next Decade, c2009
Edition: 5th ed
Characteristics: x, 122 p. :,forms ;,28 cm
Statement of Responsibility: by Barbara Brooks Kimmel and Alan M. Lubiner
Notes: Includes index
"Contains new 2008 citizenship test"--P. [4] of cover
Contents: Definitions
Reasons to become a U.S. citizen
The four ways to qualify for citizenship
Requirements
How to apply
Child Citizenship Act of 2000
Citizenship based on military service
Dual citizenship
Acquisition and derivation of citizenship
A brief history of the United States
Important documents in our nation's history
An overview of our system of government
American holidays and symbols
Presidents of the United States
The test
Forms
Immigration and naturalization
U.S. passport agencies
Additional Contributors: Lubiner, Alan M.
ISBN: 1932919171
9781932919172
Branch Call Number: 323.623 K49c 2009
Subject Headings: Naturalization United States Citizenship United States
Topical Term: Naturalization
Citizenship
LCCN: 2008023186
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Explains requirements for all applicants, including foreign nationals who currently live and work in the U.S., people seeking dual citizenship, and people who are applying on the basis of military service.


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