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U.S. Citizenship Information

Answer to Frequently Asked Questions and General Information about the United States Citizenship

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The Citizenship of the United States is one of the most advantageous citizenships in the world, there are several benefits of having a U.S. passport including the right to work in United States, and also the right to study and live permanently in the U.S.  Among the benefits of a Citizen versus a Green Card holder status there are the fact that in most cases if you comply with certain requirements of physical presence and others, the children of Americans will be American citizens by birth even if they are born in a country abroad outside of the U.S. Also as a Citizen of the U.S. you have a preference over Green Card holders when applying for a Green Card for your relatives.  A Green Card status can expire, especially if you move out of the U.S. permanently for certain period of time, but the Citizenship doesn't expire. The process of becoming a U.S. citizen is also known as naturalization. Some people are born U.S. citizens and other people become naturalized citizens.

Questions and Answers about how to apply for the United States citizenship: 

  • What is the citizenship of the United States?
  • Benefits of becoming an American Citizen?
  • General information about American citizenship
  • Responsibilities of United States citizens
  • US citizenship filing fees and official application forms

Find out the answer to many of your questions including how to access official citizenship forms, application filing fees, and general official application information to become a U.S. citizen.

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