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When can you apply for US citizenship after green card?

If you want to get U.S. Citizenship, the first step would be to obtain a Green card or a Permanent Resident card. As a foreign national, and a Green card holder, you can apply for naturalization after living in the U.S for five years, to the day you received your Green card. 568 more words

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10 Tips for Successful US Citizenship Interview

If you are seeking to become a U.S citizen, the citizenship interview is mandatory and the most important in the naturalization process. Once you have received notice of your citizenship interview appointment from the USCIS, you must prepare yourself well so you can maximize the chance of passing the test and obtaining the citizenship. 456 more words

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Part X: Judging the Unconventional Patriotic Citizen

(A version of this essay was originally published as  “How Should We Judge Unconventional Patriotic Citizens Like Snowden and Kaepernick?”  by the History News Network… 2,028 more words

Part IX: Citizenship in the Age of Donald Trump

(A version of this essay was originally published as “What Makes a Good Citizen?” in the Newport Daily News on September 30, 2017, and as “What Citizenship Means Keeps Changing,” on October 8, 2017, by the… 1,205 more words

Part III: Citizenship in a Revolutionary State, 18th Century Revolutionary France

This is the third essay in a series devoted to examining citizenship and the American citizen, the rights, duties, and norms of which have become ever more contentious beginning in the divisive Sixties. 1,547 more words

USCIS: Civics Test & Study Tools now in Google Play & iTunes

On September 17, 1787, the United States Constitution was signed. In the year 1940, “I am an American Day” was observed for the first time on the same day and this continues as an annual affair to honour the U.S Constitution. 506 more words

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notes for a talk

Hello,

I am james-osbourne; holmes II. 

Why do I write my name that way?  Because I am not a United States citizen/subject slave and I want the presumed masters to know it.  2,102 more words