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Naturalization

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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Korea To Revamp Naturalization Test System The Korea Herald
The Korea Herald Korea to revamp naturalization test system The Korea Herald South Korea plans to overhaul the naturalization test for prospective Korean citizens by replacing the current multiple choice test with a more comprehensive assessment. The government39s top policymakers Monday approved revisions to a set of

Aurora Police Show Support For Immigrants At Naturalization Ceremony FOX31 D...
FOX31 Denver Aurora police show support for immigrants at naturalization ceremony FOX31 Denver AURORA, Colo. Police in Aurora showed their support for dozens of immigrants who became U.S. citizens in a naturalization ceremony on Thursday in the city council chambers. Here, 72 Aurora area residents from 32 different countries around the world

Naturalization Applications Spike In Utah Despite Longer Wait Times Universe...
Naturalization applications spike in Utah despite longer wait times Universe.byu.edu Data from United States Citizen and Immigration Services revealed a growing number of naturalization applicants and longer wait times for processing individual cases. Haley Mosher. Utah continues to experience an increase in naturalization

New Citizens Hold Their Heads High, 102 Floors Above New York New York Times
New York Times New Citizens Hold Their Heads High, 102 Floors Above New York New York Times This was the first naturalization ceremony to be held at the observatory on the 102nd floor of One World Trade Center. Just days after violence broke out at a white supremacy march in Charlottesville, Va., Robert Katzmann, a federal appeals court judge

Officials Welcome Ten New Citizens At Naturalization Ceremony UpperMichigans...
UpperMichigansSource.com Officials welcome ten new citizens at naturalization ceremony UpperMichigansSource.com The naturalization process usually requires living in the U.S. at least five years, understanding basic English and taking a civics test. For most of the people at the ceremony, the process to become a citizen took more than 10 years for some, it took

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