United States Citizenship. A power point presentation in partial completion of requirements for ILS 504 Fall 2012 By Martha Blume. Why become a U.S. Citizen?. Vote. Serve on a jury. Travel with a U.S. passport. Bring family members to the U.S. –citizens usually get priority
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A power point presentation in partial completion of requirements for
ILS 504 Fall 2012 By Martha Blume
To determine if you are eligible
Do NOT send this to USCIS
Do NOT use this if you are under 18
Answer “TRUE” or “NOT TRUE”
If you think you are eligible, go to Form N-400
to get the form mailed to you
A check or money order for $680 made payable to the Department of Homeland Security
Write your A-number on the back of the check
USCIS Dallas Lockbox Facility
Dallas, TX 75266
a copy of the document that legally changed your name, like….
send documents to show you plan to reside in the U.S., like:
• Receive an appointment for your interview.
• Go to your local USCIS office at the specified time.
• Bring state-issued identification, Permanent Resident Card, and any additional documents specific to your case.
• Answer questions about your application and background.
• Take the English and civics tests.
• Receive case status.
Trips outside the U.S.
Problems with the law
Military service in the U.S.
Allegiance to the U.S. government
Questions are asked orally; you must answer 6/10 correctly
1-Who was the first president of the U.S.?
2-Where is the Statue of Liberty?
in the U.S. Senate?
4-What was one issue that led to the Civil War?
And they are available in 6 languages!
You must read one out of three sentences correctly to demonstrate an ability to read in English.
You must write one out of three sentences correctly.
Form M-476, A Guide to Naturalization provides information on the benefits and responsibilities of citizenship, an overview of the naturalization process, eligibility requirements, and what to expect at your naturalization interview.
Form N-400, Application for Naturalization is the form you will use to apply for U.S. citizenship.
If you believe you are already a U.S. citizen, determine if you are eligible to file Form N-600, Application for Certificate of Citizenship or Form N-600K, Application for Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate.
To update your address with USCIS, file Form AR-11, Change of Address.