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Who are Citizens?

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Victoria Block

on 25 August 2015

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Transcript of Who are Citizens?

Who are American
Citizens?

Citizenship:
a privilege

Natural Born
Naturalization
Conclusion: EQ:
Identify and explain the two ways
to become a U.S. citizen.
Answer:
A. born in the U.S.
Naturalization: legal process to become a citizen.
EQ: Explain how the US naturalization has changed over time.
B. born in U.S. territory
C. born to U.S. citizens
D. born to Non-citizens
in the U.S.
Who goes through the process?
-Aliens: stay for a short time
-Immigrants: stay indefinitely
Practice ?'s
Aliens v. Illegal Aliens
- Why?
Only the U.S. gov. can take away citizenship
3 ways to lose citizenship:
1. Denaturalization: citizenship taken away
obtaining it illegally
2. Expatriation: give up citizenship
3. Punishment for crime: treason, revolt
https://www.polleverywhere.com/my/polls#!/my/polls
1. Differentiate between natural born & naturalized.
2. Understand pros/cons of naturalization process.
3. Differentiate b/w illegal & legal immigrants.
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