U.S. Citizenship For Dummies
U.S. Citizenship For Dummies will help you get through this often confusing process, from determining how best to qualify to live permanently in the United States to gaining a green card and then citizenship. This reference guide is for anyone who
Is interested in living permanently in the U.S.Is a friend or relative of someone who wishes to live permanently in the U.S.Wants to become a naturalized citizenHas no legal background or any familiarity with U.S. immigration
This book helps you discover the important requirements you need to meet and offers tips and insights into dealing with the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS). You also get to know other government agencies that you'll work with while attempting to immigrate to the U.S. or become a citizen. U.S. Citizenship For Dummies covers the following topics and more:
Clear information on the immigration processUp-to-date information on various application formsThe rights of legal aliensRecent changes in immigration lawsReview of English and Civics testsPointers on the interview processSurvey of U.S. history, government, and cultureCoverage on visas and green cardsTroubleshooting immigration problems
Becoming a U.S. citizen carries important duties and responsibilities as well as rights, rewards, and privileges. Before you make the decision to pursue U.S. citizenship, you need to be aware of what you stand to lose and what you stand to gain; you also need to be sure you're ready to fulfill all the obligations of a good citizen. U.S. Citizenship For Dummies will help you understand all that it means to become a citizen of the United States of America.
- Paperback | 288 pages
- 208 x 277 x 16mm | 702g
- 01 Dec 2003
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- New York, United States
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Meet all the qualifications and become a U.S. citizen
Planning to take the U.S. citizenship test? This friendly guidedemystifies the immigration process with up-to-date information onthe various application forms, the rights of legal aliens, recentchanges in immigration laws, and much more. You'll review forthe English and civics tests, prepare for the interview process, navigate visas and green cards, and find out about U.S. history andgovernment.
The Dummies Way
Explanations in plain English"Get in, get out" informationIcons and other navigational aidsTear-out cheat sheetTop ten listsA dash of humor and fun
Table of contents
Part I: Pursuing Immigration and Citizenship.
Chapter 1: Getting In and Staying In the U.S.A.
Chapter 2: Meeting the Major Players in the Immigration Game.
Chapter 3: Finding Out about Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas.
Chapter 4: Filling Out the Forms.
Chapter 5: Interviewing with the BCIS: It's Easier than You Think.
Part II: Staying Up to Date and Out of Trouble.
Chapter 6: Keeping on Top of Changes in Immigration Law.
Chapter 7: Getting Help When You Need It.
Chapter 8: Troubleshooting Immigration Glitches.
Part III: Understanding U.S. Government.
Chapter 9: Guaranteeing Our Freedom: The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Chapter 10: Understanding the United States Federal Government.
Chapter 11: Looking at State and Local Governments.
Part IV: Exploring U.S. History and Culture.
Chapter 12: U.S. History in a Nutshell, Part I: Pre-U.S. to World War I.
Chapter 13: U.S. History in a Nutshell, Part II: World War I to the Present.
Chapter 14: Celebrating U.S. Holidays and Observances.
Chapter 15: Important American Heroes.
Chapter 16: Emblems of America.
Part V: Practicing for the Citizenship Test.
Chapter 17: Preparing for the English Test.
Chapter 18: Preparing for the Civics Test.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 19: The Historical Impact of Our Last Ten Presidents.
Chapter 20: Ten Tips to Help You Pass Your Immigration Interview.
Chapter 21: Ten Things That Can Hurt Your Immigration Chances.
Part VII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: The Declaration of Independence.
Appendix B: The United States Constitution.
Appendix C: Document Checklist.
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