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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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MCIPAC Hosts A Naturalization Ceremony Stripes Okinawa
Stripes Okinawa MCIPAC hosts a naturalization ceremony Stripes Okinawa CAMP FOSTER, OKINAWA, Japan Marine Corps Installations Pacific hosted a naturalized ceremony May 17 at the Ocean Breeze aboard Camp Foster. A correspondent with Marine Corps Installations Pacific Communications Strategy and Operations office

More Than Two Dozen Become U.S. Citizens At Naturalization Cerem
Toledo Blade More than two dozen become U.S. citizens at naturalization cerem About two dozen people became American citizens on Sunday at a naturalization ceremony at the National Museum of the Great Lakes in east Toledo. PHOTO GALLERY: New citizens welcomed The BladeToledo Blade all 2 news articles raquo

Oxford Resident Proud To Be Naturalized As US Citizen Oxford Resident Proud to be Naturalized as US Citizen Oxford resident Natasha Bankhead said she was proud to become an American citizen and gain the right to vote after being naturalized with 50 others earlier this month. The new citizens who completed the naturalization process hailed from 24 different

PHOTO GALLERY: Naturalization Ceremony In US District Court Toledo Blade
Toledo Blade PHOTO GALLERY: Naturalization Ceremony in US District Court Toledo Blade U.S. District Court Judge Mary Ann Whipple presided over a naturalization ceremony Friday, May 18, 2018, at the Federal Courthouse in downtown Toledo. Judge Whipple administered the Oath of Citizenship to of 25 new United States citizens who hailed

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