Naturalization is the process by which a lawful permanent resident can obtain U.S. citizenship
after having complied with certain requirements set forth in the Immigration and Nationality
Act (INA) including continuous residence in the United States for a specified period and
demonstrating that you have been a person of “good moral character.” Applicants must also be
able to read, write, and speak basic English and pass a civics test in which the USCIS officer asks
questions about U.S. history and government.

Citizenship may also be acquired through other means, such as through the naturalization of
parents, or if born to U.S. citizens outside of the U.S.

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