Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Benefits of Becoming a U.S. Citizen

The right to vote is a fundamental right of a citizen of U.S.

 A citizen of the United States offers many privileges. Voting in elections is a privilege. The new citizens are expected to participate in elections and adhere to the principles of tolerance and understanding of different points of view, which is the philosophical system of government of the United States.

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 An opportunity to reunite families

 Some immigrants who, because of its close relationship with U.S. citizens are exempt from the numerical limitations imposed on immigration to the United States. Immediate relatives are: spouses of U.S. citizens, children (under 21 years of age and unmarried) of U.S. citizens, and parents of U.S. citizens 21 years of age or older.

 One way to protect the right of children to stay in the U.S.

 Permanent resident children under the age of eighteen, who are under physical and legal custody of their parents' legal naturalization (s), automatically become U.S. citizens when your parent (s) naturalized.

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 Protection in cases of illegal activities

 In the case of a permanent resident once accused of illegal activity, that will remain within the authority of the USCIS and Immigration Courts, and can be removed (or deportation) for this activity. However, U.S. citizens have the right to counsel and a fair trial without the threat of deportation.

 International Travel Easier

 Permanent residents may lose their status if they leave the country for 180 days or more, and in case of prolonged absence, must obtain a reentry permit. However, as a U.S. citizen, are not limited to the amount of time you can spend outside the U.S. and are not subject to obtaining a reentry permit. In addition, the trip may be more convenient because many countries do not require visas of U.S. citizens.

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