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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.
A person who by birth or choice owes allegiance to a nation You are born in the US or a territory At least 1 of your parents was a US citizen when.
Anyone born in the United States or a territory it controls is a citizen.
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