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1 Aliens vs. Citizens Aliens Citizens Vote, jury duty protected rights US passport Temporary visitors (visas) *Illegal aliens Legal permanent residents Naturalization Naturalized citizen Native-born citizen* Most rights protected *Can be elected President *Temporary visitors who overstay their visas or people who enter the U.S. “without inspection” at the border; also called “undocumented”

2 United States Guest House Identify or label the following vocabulary term on the diagram: *Native born citizens *Refugees *Census *Naturalized citizens *Quota system *Aliens *Immigrants Total # of people in the house = 12 Help! They’re going to hurt me! Stop Now accepting only 5

3 Steps to Naturalization Glossary 5. Naturalization – process where a legal permanent resident becomes a U.S. citizen 5

4 Steps to Naturalization Things you must do Qualifications you must have Things that make you ineligible 11 As you watch the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) video complete the chart:

5 Steps to Naturalization Things you must do Qualifications you must have Things that make you ineligible 1. File an application (N-400) 2. Pass the Naturalization Test a) English skills (read, write & speak) b) Civics knowledge (U.S. govt. & history) 3. Legal Permanent Resident for 5 years (or 3 years if married to a U.S. citizen) 1. Good moral character 2. Pay income taxes 3. Register/sign-up for Selective Service System of U.S. armed forces (only males from yrs. old) 4. Maintain continuous residence in the U.S. 5. Maintain physical presence in the U.S. 1. Lack of good moral character: (examples) lying to govt., continually drunk, prostitution 2. Convicted of certain serious crimes 3. Travelled too much (poor physical presence or continuous residence) 11 As you watch the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) video complete the chart:


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