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Updated: 10/11/2019
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  • did you know in order to become a citizen you have to be 18, have to stay in the U.S. for 5 years, be able to read/write/speak english, moral character, AND pass a history and civics exam
  • this girl must be lying....that is way too much stuff, plus if you have to be 18 how come I'm a citizen
  • There is something called Law of blood, for ex. we are citizens due to us being born in the U.S. we're automatically citizens
  • if you have to be a citizen at 18 then how come I'm a citizen
  • sorry but I just wanted to say that I heard that some people can be aliens, like not real aliens but people from different countries staying and working in the U.S.
  • Click To EditThere is also Law of soil,thats when your citizenship is determined at the place he/she was born...ooo...yea I'm going to talk to my teacher about the fourth amendment because I have civics next, and I'm not sure why I think of the fourteenth amendment when I think of law of blood but, the fourteenth amendment There is also Law of soil,thats when your citizenship is determined at the place he/she was born...ooo...yea I'm going to talk to my teacher about the fourth amendment because I have civics next, and I'm not sure why I think of the fourteenth amendment when I think of law of blood but, the fourteenth amendment basically is a granted citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the United StatesT
  • Miss, me and my friend were talking about naturalization and citizenship earlier, and I was going to tell her about immigrants but I wasn't sure if my info was right can you explain to me what immigrants are
  • well immigrants are people who come to live in the U.S.
  • Sooo, back to civics...now let's talk about selective service This is my-
  • sorryyyy Ik I keep cutting you off but I know what this is, my dad gets slected all the time to go serve and guess what, if you don't go you'll have to go to jail
  • Really, they are pretty similar, welllllll thank you for telling me this info your civics teacher is a really good teacher
  • I know we got to go in our houses but one last thing, jury/summons, it's kinda similar to selective service.But jury for jury in stead of getting selected to go to serve you have to go to court and if you don't go you'll go to jail too but even if you get a letter to go doesn't mean your going to actually be in court
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