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Acquiring U.S. Citizenship: Qualify, Apply, Take the Exam and Oath
Find resources about citizenship and the naturalization process in the United States.
What is Citizenship in the US?
Definition of US Citizenship
Acquired Citizenship: A Definition
Glossary definition of "acquired citizenship."
Citizenship Q & A
Questions and answers about qualifications for U.S. citizenship, legal issues, waiting and processing times and forms.
Becoming a U.S. Citizen Through Your Parents
Article by leading immigration attorney Carl Shusterman, Esq. on becoming a U.S. citizen through your parents, also called citizenship by acquisition or citizenship by derivation.
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