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a person owing loyaltu to their country and in turn is protected by their country.
citizen
permanent institution made up of decision makers who compose a society's rules and have the authority to enforce the rules.
government
the number of births per 1000 persons during one year.
birth rate
a limit on the number of immigrants who may come to the US each year.
quotas
people who flee their homeland annd seek refuge in another nation.
refugees
the number of deaths per 1000 personduring one year.
death rate
the claim of membership in a nation.
citizenship
a person who studies human population.
demographer
labeling someone of something that is out of their control.
discrimination
a person who comes to a country to take up permanent resident.
aliens
a person who comes to a nation to settle as a permanent resident.
immigrant
basic beliefs of standards of conduct that people attempt to live up to.
ideals
the legal process where aliens become americal citizens.
naturalization
an act or a course of action that is required of one by position, social custom, law, or religion. (pay taxes)
duty
things that you should do. (vote)
responsibility
when the birth rate is greater than the death rate.
natural population increase
when the death rate is greater than the birth rate.
natural population decrease
the act of incorperation a territory into your country.
annexation
remove someone from a country. (illegal aliens)
deportation
people who come illegally to the US.
Undocumented aliens/illegal aliens
a pardon for any offenses by the government.
amnesty
process of removing citizenship from a naturalized citizen.
denaturalization
a group of officers who patrol the US borders.
border control
one who takes or advocates the taking of law enforcement into one's own hands.
vigilante
recruiting and transporting people by use of force for the purpose or subjecting them into involuntary acts such as labor.
human trafficking
to renounce your allegiance to your country of birth.
expatriation
the process of exiting your homeland to go to another.
emigration
anyone bore in the US or born to parents who are citizens.
native-born citizen