How foreigners become United States Citizens

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Specific Purpose: To enlighten the audience of the necessary steps they should take in order for them to acquire the United States Citizenship.

Central Idea: How to become a United States Citizen.

INTRODUCTION

I. To all protocol observed, good morning, am dearly humbled to be a part of this great development today. The day that the thousands of your questions and the doubts that have been held for a long time is going to be put to light.

II. Just like most of you are now well conversant with, today, I have the pleasure of taking you through the journey of becoming a United States citizen.

III. Most of you, having just recently moved to the United States, have been forced to cope with the hard truth of acquiring the United States citizenship or risk being deported to you homeland.

IV. The reality is that, this process is not as easy as just walking into one of the McDonalds stores in town and ordering for a pizza but it is one that demand adequate preparation from the concerned individuals and the knowledge of the necessary steps that should be strictly followed.

V. One can become a united states citizen based on the following three key provisions by the United States Constitution; by birth, by decent and finally by application through the parents that an individual has-or simply application for naturalization.

(TRANSITION: Taking an in-depth analysis of the above named provisions by the Law, I will proceed as follows)

BODY

Becoming a United States Citizen by birth ("Home Birth In The United States: Action And Reaction" 263-265).

One can become a U.S. citizen if he/she satisfies the following requirements (Carruthers, Duncan and Waldorf 60-90).

To grow into a national of the U.S., one must:

Have been born in the United States or some given places or distant belongings of the United States

b. These are the areas that are loyal to the rule of the United States

2. When one is born in any of the territories that is currently being governed by United States, there is a very likely possibility that the individual will be in possession of the certificates of birth that have been issued by the very area of jurisdiction.

In the case when an individual was born in any of the territories under the rule of the United States, and lacks the territorys birth certificate

1. He/she can make use of various documents in their possession to authenticate his/her citizenship status.

Becoming a United States citizen by decent.

This is an instance when an individual is delivered outside of the United States, having at least one of his/her parents being citizens of the United States and that the concerned parents made a recording of the individuals birth with the American embassy or a certain Consulate in the very country:

In the case that the given birth was recorded before the child turned 18;

a. The respective embassy or the given consulate issued the childs parents with some document known as a Consular Report of Birth Abroad, the document acts as a proof that an individual is actually a United States citizen.

b. In the case the consulate or the embassy failed to give out a Consular Report of Birth Abroad and one has attained the age of 18 or is even older, then the affected individual can go ahead to search for a Certificate of Citizenship from the United States Citizenship and the respective Immigration Services. If one has the document, then it will act as a proof of his/her United States Citizenship.

III. Citizenship by Naturalization

To be a United States citizen by naturalization, one must apply for naturalization.

There are several tests that an individual should be subjected to for them to acquire natural citizenship.

a. All of the applicants wishing to have naturalization are always tested on their English and their knowledge on the Civics concerning the History of the United States and the United States government.

2. The current servicemen and the veterans within the armed forces of the United States and the individuals who are depending on them currently have eligibility for provisions of naturalization.

CONCLUSION

In conclusion, I can advise you that be there anyone of you who is contemplating of becoming a United States citizen or who has an urge of having a dual citizenship with the United States, then take a keen not of the above stated procedures. Take note that you can only be a United States citizen by birth, by decent and by Naturalization.

Thanks to the expansive nature of welcoming heart that has been portrayed by the United States, towards warmly welcoming its visitors, the immigrants from all of the four corners of the world.

America has and will continue to have a high valuation of the immigrants contributions towards enriching the United States of America and ensuring that its very legacy is preserved, a land that is known for its opportunity and freedom.

Works Cited

Bloemraad, I. (2006). Becoming a citizen: Incorporating immigrants and refugees in the United States and Canada. Berkeley [u.a.: Univ. of California Press.

Bray, I. M. (2006). Becoming a U.S. citizen: A guide to the law, exam, and interview. Berkeley, Calif: Nolo.

Bray, I. M. (2014). Becoming a U.S. citizen: A guide to the law, exam & interview.

Gagne, T. (2014). Your guide to becoming a US citizen.

"Home Birth In The United States: Action And Reaction". Birth 35.4 (2008): 263-265. Web.

Richardson, E. C. (1996). Administrative law and procedure. Albany, N.Y: Delmar.

Carruthers, John I., Natasha T. Duncan, and Brigitte S. Waldorf. "PUBLIC AND SUBSIDIZED HOUSING AS A PLATFORM FOR BECOMING A UNITED STATES CITIZEN*". Journal of Regional Science 53.1 (2013): 60-90. Web.

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