The responsibility of citizenship includes the duty to?
Obey the law
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PLATO - obey the law.
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The duties and obligations of citizenship in the community is toenforce the laws of constitution. A good citizen is supposed to paytaxes and take part in his civil responsibil…ities.
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be a good person... :P ^ idiot. PLATO - obey the law.
In United States of America. They are: Jury Duty Obeying Laws Paying Taxes In Australia. They are: Vote Serve jury duty Take up a should the need to defen…d the country arise.
Duties as a US citizen includes: . Jury duty : This is the sole differential obligation between the citizens and non-citizens. Only the citizens are granted jury duty. . …Military participation : Both the male permanent residents and citizens register for the selective service system and the professional military has limited the need for the citizen soldiers. Rights as a US citizen are listed below: . Right to live and work : Freedom to work and live in the US is awarded alike to both permanent residents and citizens but the permanent resident stands a chance for it to be withdrawn. . Travel freely : The right to enter and leave US freely is possible only for the citizens. . To vote: US citizens only have the right to excise their franchise. On grounds of race, color, age, sex or failure to pay tax they cannot be denied this right. . Join public office: According to the US constitution to be eligible into US House of Representatives they should be a citizen for minimum seven year period and in the case of senator's requirement is citizenship for nine years before taking office. comunity service,serve in military, jury duty, obey the laws, vote,and pay taxes The main rights of an American citizen are spelled out in theConstitution's Bill of Rights which includes right to worship asone chooses and right to a speedy trial. The duties for UScitizenship, on the other hand, include the expectation for eachcitizen to follow the letter of law and fulfill tax obligations.
The most important duty of a citizen is to be loyal and devoted to his/her country in any circumstance. The citizen should abide by the legal system of the country, respect an…d uphold the principles of the constitution. The citizen should not act in a way that will be against its laws.
Freedom of speech and reigion
To become a U.S. citizen you must take the Oath of Allegiance. The Oath includes several promises you make when you become a U.S. citizen, including promises to: â¢ Gi…ve up all prior allegiance to any other nation or sovereignty; â¢ Swear allegiance to the United States; â¢ Support and defend the Constitution and the laws of the United States; and â¢ Serve the country when required. U.S. citizens have many responsibilities other than the ones mentioned in the Oath. Citizens have a responsibility to participate in the political process by registering and voting in elections. Serving on a jury is another responsibility of citizenship. Finally, America becomes stronger when all of its citizens respect the different opinions, cultures, ethnic groups, and religions found in this country. Tolerance for differences is also a responsibility of citizenship. When you decide to become a U.S. citizen, you should be willing to fulfill the responsibilities of citizenship. We hope you will honor and respect the freedoms and opportunities citizenship gives you. At the same time, we hope you become an active member of your community. It is by participating in your community that you truly become an American.
Obey laws Pay taxes Serve in the armed forces if called Serve on a jury or as a witness in court Defend our nation
Description of occupation including main dudties andresponsibilities
1. Serve as a juror. 2. Register with the selective service by 18 years of age. (Males Only: Yes it is Discrimination) Additionally, there are other rules which can get …you into trouble if you do not obey: Not paying taxes and refusing to appear before Congress if called upon to testify.