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This book informs a broad audience who promote and participate in the naturalization process, covering issues related to the law, regulations, and procedures. Ten chapters include the following: (1) "The Citizenship Decision" (e.g., benefits of becoming a U.S. citizen and challenges in the process); (2) "Citizenship Requirements" (e.g., how naturalization requirements are decided and a naturalization requirements summary); (3) "Overview of the Process" (e.g., deciding to apply, completing the N-400 application package, and preparing for the interview and test); (4) "Filling Out the N-400"; (5) "The INS Test" (e.g., English language requirement and a sample multiple choice test); (6) "The Interview" (e.g., documents to bring to the interview and description of the interview); (7)"The Disability Waiver and Accommodations" (e.g., eligibility for the Disability Waiver and reasonable accommodations); (8) "Citizenship for Children" (e.g., acquisition of citizenship and naturalization of children); (9) "The Naturalization Oath Ceremony" (e.g., preparing for the ceremony and revocation of citizenship); and (10) "Now That You are a Citizen" (e.g., getting a U.S. passport and voting). A glossary of terms is included. (Adjunct ERIC Clearinghouse for ESL Literacy Education) (SM)

Descriptors: Children, Citizenship Education, Disabilities, Federal Legislation, Immigrants, Immigration

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Author: Becker, Aliza

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=5266&id=ED467578







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