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Naturalization occurs when an individual is granted citizenship to a country other than the country of his or her birth.  Usually this process takes several years of waiting as a documented alien immigrant and eventually showing a knowledge of the history and professing loyalty to the new country before naturalization is granted.  Once granted, a naturalized citizen usually has all the rights of a natural born citizen.

In some instances, all rights are not passed to a new citizen through the naturalization process.  For instance, only a natural born citizen of the United States may be elected to the office of U.S. President.

The Constitution of the United States gives the Congress the power to make legislation prescribing the procedure and requirements for a non-citizen to be naturalized.  The definition of the process was revisited in the Fourteenth Amendment providing that citizenship of the State of residence is automatically passed along with naturalization.


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Twentynine Become American Citizens In Naturalization Ceremony Charleston P...
Charleston Post Courier Twenty nine become American citizens in naturalization ceremony Charleston Post Courier It took Wendy Williams 37 years to feel at home here. Coming to America News all 3 news articles raquo

Supreme Court Sides With Serb Who Lied During Naturalization Process Washing...
Washington Post Supreme Court sides with Serb who lied during naturalization process Washington Post The government may not strip someone39s citizenship for lying during the naturalization process without proving the falsehood is relevant, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The court unanimously rejected the government39s view that simply proving that Supreme Court narrows grounds for revoking citizenship of naturalized citizensCNN Supreme Court upbraids government in case of stripped citizenshipUSA TODAY Supreme Court limits government39s power to revoke citizenshipThe Hill The Atlantic New York Times Supreme Court of the United States The Indian Panorama all 93 news articles raquo

The Week In Photos: From A Naturalization Ceremony In California To A Scorchi...
Pacific Standard The Week in Photos: From a Naturalization Ceremony in California to a Scorching Summer Day Near Paris Pacific Standard A newly naturalized citizen holds a U.S. flag after being sworn in as an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony on June 19th, 2017, in San Francisco, California. Twenty nine former refugees from 17 different countries were sworn in during a

Steps To Take If Your Citizenship Case Is Delayed New York Daily News
New York Daily News Steps to take if your citizenship case is delayed New York Daily News Q. It has been more than two years since my wife39s naturalization interview, and she has yet to get a decision from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. What could be the delay What can we do to get a decision L., by email. A. It is hard to say

Dreams Realized As Hartford Landmark Hosts Naturalization Ceremony Hartford ...
Hartford Courant Dreams Realized As Hartford Landmark Hosts Naturalization Ceremony Hartford Courant Nunez, 86, was one of 55 people from across Connecticut who became U.S. citizens Friday during a special naturalization ceremony in the Chopin Ballroom of the Polish National Home. quotI39m very emotional, very happy,quot the native Uruguayan said with the

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Facts of Law on U.S. naturalization

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