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NATURALIZATION

The Naturalization process allows a national of or a lawful permanent resident in the United States to become an American Citizen

In general, the basic requirements to apply for Naturalization require that the applicant:

• Is 18 years old or older;
• Is a permanent resident (that is, a green-card holder) for a certain period of time (generally three or five years;)
• Is a person of good moral character;
• Has a basic knowledge of American civic history (unless there is any permanent physical or mental impairment;)
• Shows continuous residency and physical presence in the United States; and
• Is able to read, write, and speak basic English. There are exceptions to this rule for those who, at the time of the Naturalization interview:
     - are 55 years of age (or older) and are residents for at least 15 years; or
     - are 50 years of age (or older) and are residents for at least 20 years.

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