Becoming A Us Citizen Essay

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The requirement for citizenship and the tests (for the most part) are fair. Citizenship is an important thing to have. It means you have a home. It gives you an identity such as in the case of the United States, ?a U.S. citizen? .That also means however that you are a model of what a U.S. citizen is. That is why becoming a citizen is so hard, because if you do something wrong it will be labeled as American terrorist, American kills 3 people, and so on giving America bad name. They make the process hard to protect the reputation of the U.S., and other things like learning English and the history of the U.S. is to unite. Most of the reasons it?s hard makes sense, so there isn?t much you can do there. For example having to learning English, that makes sense. Having a common language is a very important thing. Because of this requirement everyone should be able to communicate with everyone. It also makes it easier for people to achieve the American dream. If they were allowed to come to the U.S. without knowing English then nobody would hire them until they knew English anyways, so they?re better off having to learn it. Becoming a US Citizen has a good morals …show more content…
These two crimes are murder and aggravated felonies. Murder you obviously know what it pertains to, but aggravated felonies you might not. Aggravated felonies are (according to Oxford Dictionary) a crime regarded in the US and many other judicial systems as more serious than a misdemeanor (English Oxford Dictionary, Oxford). This include, illegal trafficking of any source, forceful sex, running a prostitution business, or sex with a minor (also film of sex with a minor). Any type of fraud, and any burglary or theft that imprisoned you for a year or more (Becoming a U.S. Citizen, page

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