Citizenship: Vocabulary And How To Become A U.S. Citizen.: Question Preview (ID: 20878)

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A person with rights and duties under a government and who owes their allegiance to that government is known as a -
a) citizen b) immigrant c) legal alien d) legal resident
Which of the following would be considered a U.S. Citizen?
a) Maria was born in the United States, but her parents were illegal immigrants b) Bobby was born in Puerto Rico. c) Katie was born in Canada. Her mother is an American Citizen, but her father is a Canadian Citizen d) Joseph was born in the United States while his father was serving as the Ambassador to the United States from the Netherlands
These are all ways to become a United States Citizen EXCEPT -
a) Go through the naturalization process b) Be born in the United States c) Be born a U.S. Territory d) Be born in the U.S. to parents who are foreign diplomats
A person representing their government here in the United States is known as a -
a) cabinet member b) foreign diplomat c) secretary d)
When seeking U.S. Citizenship, a person must meet all of the following requirements, EXCEPT -
a) read and write in English b) have computer skills c) have knowledge of U.S. history and government d) be willing to take the Oath of Allegiance
To be considered a natural born U.S. Citizen, you must
a) Be at least 18 b) Be born during a certain time of the year c) Have at least one parent who is a U.S. Citizen d) Celebrate American holidays
Maria was born in Mexico while her parents were visiting relatives. Before they left for Mexico, Maria's parents had just become naturalized U.S. Citizens. Is Maria a U.S. Citizen?
a) Yes b) No c) d)
Billy was born in the Netherlands. Her father is not a U.S. Citizen, but his mother is. Is Billy a U.S Citizen?
a) Yes b) No c) d)
Katherine was born in France. Her mother gave up her U.S. Citizenship when she became a French Citizen. Katherine's father is French. Is Katherine a U.S. Citizen?
a) Yes b) No c) d)
Which of the following is true of America as a result of immigration?
a) Most people practice the same religion. b) People only speak English. c) America is very diverse. d)
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