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N-400 "Application for Naturalization"

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You are going to need to contact the Immigration & Naturalization Service.



You should have received a Naturalization or citizenship certificate otherwise inquire with the department of immigration and they will set you on the right track.


Form N-400 is the one that is to be used in order to apply for naturalization.


Naturalization is the process where a person who is a citizens of another country but not a citizen of the United States becomes a naturalized citizen.


Getting an "Application for Naturalization". === ===


Naturalization is the legal process through which a foreign citizen or national can become a U.S. citizen. In order to be naturalized, an applicant must first be qualified to apply for citizenship. Then, he or she must complete an application, attend an interview, and pass an English and a civics test. Upon successful completion of these steps, the applicant takes an oath of loyalty, and becomes a citizen. These legal requirements help the immigration service ensure that only those people who are sincere in their desire to become Americans become naturalized.


In order to become a naturalized citizen, the USCIS ( formerly the INS) form to be used is Form N- 400. This form is available with the USCIS and can be downloaded from the website at free of cost.


You would need a Application for Naturalization -Form N-400


they go through the naturalization process, or they have to have a U.S citizen parent, or they have to live in a U.S territory.


If you are not a U.S. citizen by birth, you may be eligible to become a citizen through naturalization. People who are 18 years and older use the "Application for Naturalization" (Form N-400) to become naturalized. Children who are deriving citizenship from naturalized parents use the "Application for a Certificate of Citizenship"


Native citizen is one who is a citizen of his country by birthright.If parents are citizens of a country, by birth or naturalization, automatically kids become the citizens of that country through birth right.But naturalized citizen is one who goes through the naturalization process of another country he has chosen to settle in to become a citizen and its not his home country or the country where he was born and of which he/she is already a citizen by birth.


If you are referring to a "naturalized" US citizen - they may vote in the first election AFTER their naturalization ceremony.


If you are not a U.S. citizen by birth, you may be eligible to become a citizen through naturalization. People who are 18 years and older use the "Application for Naturalization" (Form N-400) to become naturalized. Children who are deriving citizenship from naturalized parents use the "Application for a Certificate of Citizenship" (Form N-600) to become naturalized. Call the INS Forms Line at 1-800-870-3676 to request a Form N-600.


Form N-400 is the form that needs to be filed in to become a naturalized citizen of the US. Applicant should have been a permanent resident and satisfy all the mentioned eligibility criteria. This form can be either got from a USCIS office, downloaded from the website or ordered through mail/phone.


Make an annonymous call to the Immigration and Naturalization Service and ask them this question.


They go through the Naturalization process. An immigration lawyer can help you with the appropriate forms.


All people born in the United States are U.S. citizens; U.S. citizens can also obtain U.S. citizenship for their children born abroad. One can also go through the immigration and naturalization process to become a naturalized U.S. citizen.


Form N-400 is the INS form that has to be used to get naturalized. To become eligible to file this form, an applicant should have been a permanent resident for the past 5 yrs atleast ( not for conditional residents), besides complying with the other criterion.


Technically NO,but should a country choose to start de-naturalization proceedings they would then not be citizens of said country & can be deported.


The United States Citizen and Naturalization Service.


Immigration and Naturalization ServiceA:The INS was authorized to handle all the legal and illegal immigration and naturalization issues. The purpose of INS was to protect and enforce the laws of naturalization and handle the process of an individual becoming a citizen of United States. The INS was divided into three new agencies called USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration services), CBP (Customs Border and Protection), and ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), all under the purview of the newly established Department of Homeland Security.


Becoming a US Citizen is called naturalization. There are different processes required depending on your immigration status before you start the process. The government agency that regulates naturalization is called USCIS, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, and you can look at their website at uscis.gov for more information.


There is no problem and no argument made by anybody against LEGAL immigration.It is ILLEGAL immigration which is the problem.If you aren't a natural born citizen, or naturalized citizen of ANY country you do not have the right to enter illegally and "squat" there claiming rights and privileges as if you WERE lawfully in the country.



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