Why to become U.S. Citizens

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One of the most powerful passports in the world.
Travel visa-free to 185 countries.

With a US passport, you can travel to more than 185 destinations for short-term trips without a visa, take as many trips abroad as you want for as long as you want, and seek assistance from the local US embassy during times of trouble.

No more immigration paperwork.

You won’t need to renew your green card or pay immigration filing fees nor notify USCIS every time you move.

Work for US government.

Most federal employment is reserved only for US citizens. Although every job has its pros and cons, federal employees and their families tend to receive relatively better benefits and earnings than private-sector workers.

Obtain federal benefits available only to US citizens.

Upon naturalizing, you’ll gain full access to certain government benefits programs, such as federal college assistance or changes in your retirement allowances, available only to US citizens.

Get green cards for your relatives.

You’ll be able to sponsor your parents, adult children, and siblings for their own green cards.

Your kids become US citizens.

Your children become US citizens even if they’re born abroad. You’ll simply need to report your child’s birth to a US embassy or consulate or reunite with the grown ones.

Vote in any U.S. election.

Only US citizens can vote in federal elections. Non-citizens may only vote in some local elections. If you want to influence leadership in your community and in the United States overall, the voting booth is the place to start.

Run for elected office.

US citizenship is required for federal office and for most positions in public office at the state and local levels.

You cannot be deported to your country of former citizenship or nationality.

You’ll have just as much right as any other American to live and work in the United States. Even if you’re charged with a crime in the future, you’ll be able to stay in the United States.

Be protected around the world.

American citizens are entitled to US consular services and legal assistance in whatever country of the world they happen to be.

Are you eligible for US naturalization? Sign up for a free test! In 3 minutes you will find out your eligibility. 

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Application for US Naturalization N-400 and Related Forms N-400 is a form commonly used to apply for naturalization.
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The Oath of Allegiance is the final step of naturalization. It is a sworn declaration that every citizenship applicant must recite during a special ceremony in order to become a naturalized US citizen.
Who Qualifies: To qualify for citizenship, you must: Be at least 18 years old; Be a permanent resident (have a greencard) for at least:..
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