About This Chapter
Who's It For?
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- Students who have fallen behind in understanding how to fill out naturalization forms or communicate with USCIS offices
- Students who struggle with learning disabilities or learning differences, including autism and ADHD
- Students who prefer multiple ways of learning U.S. Government topics (visual or auditory)
- Students who have missed class time and need to catch up
- Students who need an efficient way to learn about the naturalization process
- Students who struggle to understand their teachers
- Students who attend schools without extra U.S. Government learning resources
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- Test your understanding of each lesson with short quizzes.
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Students Will Review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in a naturalization process unit of a standard U.S. citizenship course. Topics covered include:
- The process of becoming a citizen of the United States
- The responsibilities and rights of U.S. citizens
- The completion of N-400 forms
- Communicating with the USCIS
- The naturalization process for children
- The steps and timeline of the naturalization process
- The naturalization ceremony and the process of applying for a passport
- Requesting an appeal hearing
- Resources such as adult education classes or legal assistance
1. How to Become a US Citizen
The history of the United States has been greatly influenced by immigrants, and American culture has been shaped by the culture and customs those immigrants brought from their home countries. In this lesson, we'll review the current process immigrants go through to become a U.S. Citizen.
2. US Citizenship: Process & Responsibilities
This lesson will delineate the procedure of U.S. naturalization. It will also explain the responsibilities and mandatory duties of citizenship, as well as the Selective Service Act.
3. How to Fill Out Form N-400
In this lesson, we're going to explore form N-400, which is the application for US naturalization. You'll learn about the form's sections and questions as well as receive some guidelines and tips.
4. How to Communicate with USCIS
The process of immigrating to the United States and applying for citizenship can be long and full of paperwork. In this lesson, we'll cover some basic tips for communicating with USCIS and getting your immigration questions answered.
5. US Citizenship & Naturalization for Children
In this lesson, we'll discuss how citizenship and naturalization affect children. We'll pay special attention to the three ways in which children obtain citizenship.
6. US Naturalization: Steps & Timeline
In this lesson, we will examine the steps in the process of becoming a US citizen. You will learn a few details about each step and a rough timeline for the entire process of naturalization.
7. What to Expect During the US Naturalization Ceremony
After the paperwork, the wait, and the process, it's finally time to take the Oath of Allegiance and become a citizen of the United States. In this lesson, we'll talk about the naturalization ceremony and give you an idea of what to expect.
8. Handling a US Citizenship Application Rejection
In this lesson, we'll learn about what to do when the USCIS rejects an application for naturalization. We'll explore the possible reasons for rejection and discover ways to respond to a rejection.
9. Finding Resources to Help with US Naturalization
The process of naturalization can seem daunting, but don't worry: help is available! In this lesson we'll talk about finding resources and assistance to make the naturalization process a little bit smoother.
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Other chapters within the US Citizenship Study Guide course
- Naturalization Requirements
- Naturalization Tests & Interview
- American Government Principles
- American Government Systems
- American Government Rights & Duties
- America's Discovery, Colonization & Revolution
- American History in the 1800s
- Forging the United States
- American History from 1900 to Present
- Geography of the United States
- American Symbols & Holidays
- Reading in English
- English Grammar & Writing
- US Citizenship Test Information & Prep