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Citizenship / Naturalization

There are several routes to naturalization and U.S. citizenship. In most cases, it is necessary to obtain

permanent residence (green card) for several years to be eligible for naturalization. Also, a child born

outside the United States may already have U.S. citizenship if at least one parent is a U.S. citizen. U.S.

citizens have certain rights that permanent residents do not, such as being able to vote in elections and

sponsor certain relatives for immigration.

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