Sunday, December 30, 2007


Naturalization is the way immigrants become citizens of the United States. If you were not born a citizen, you become one through naturalization. Citizenship is a lifetime benefit bestowed upon you.

As a citizen, you get unique rights and privileges which include the right to vote, having a U.S. passport , the U.S. government's protection when abroad and the right to petition for green cards for your children and close relatives. As a U.S. citizen, you cannot be deported or lose your citizenship even if you commit a crime or choose to live elsewhere in the world, unless you misrepresented yourself to get citizenship or were ineligible at the time.

Who qualifies and quick guides will be in the next issue...

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