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Rights and Responsibilities of U.S. Citizens and Residents BL-BH Task 1 Practice BL-BH
The Bill of Rights The Bill of Rights protects all people on American land.
The First Amendment 5 parts 1. Freedom of Religion 2. Freedom of Speech 3. Freedom of the Press 4. Freedom to assemble peacefully 5. Freedom to ask for a change in Government Task 1 Practice BL-BH
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Speech I think we need more money for schools. I think we need more money for the police department. Task 1 Practice BL-BH
Freedom of the Press
Freedom to Assemble Peacefully
Freedom to ask for a change in Government
Citizens of the United States have special rights : As a U.S. citizen, you have the right to vote.
Travel with a United States passport.
Be President if born in the United States.
Other rights of U.S. citizens: Work Receive social security benefits if eligible Own a home or business Go to school or college Get vaccines Get emergency medical care
Rights of All Residents Living in the United States: As a resident, you have the right to work in the United States.
Go to school and college.
If you are a Legal Resident, you can request a visa for your husband or wife and unmarried children to live in the U.S.
Other rights of all residents: Receive social security benefits if eligible Own a home or business Get vaccines Get emergency medical care
Responsibilities of Citizens and Residents: Pay your taxes. Task 1 Practice BL-BH
Volunteer in your community.
Men, 18-26, must register with the military.
Everyone must obey the law.
The SUPREME or HIGHEST law in the United States. What is the Constitution? The highest or the supreme law of the United States Written in 1787 All.
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