How is citizenship achieved in the united states? check all that apply. citizenship by birth citizenship by residency citizenship by naturalization citizenship by employment citizenship by immigration


Naturalization is the process by which U.S. citizenship is granted to a lawful permanent resident after meeting the requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and National Act (INA). ...


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The right choices are:

- by birth

- by naturalization

It is in the 14th Amendment.


By birth and naturalization.


Just because you live or work in the U.S. doesn't necessarily make you a citizen. You can live or work in the U.S. through a green card and not actually be an American citizen. Immigration doesn't necessarily mean you've legally entered the U.S., although you can legally immigrate, it doesn't automatically make you a citizen.

citizenship by birth and naturalization


if someone was born on U.S soil (that includes military bases) they are automatically a U.S citizen

if an immigrant wants citizenship they would have to go through a process of naturalization

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