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Idea that the government gets its power from the people.
a person who moves permanently to a new country
A key practice, relationship, or organization in a society.
general beliefs people use to make decisions
People who have the same national, cultural or racial background.
A person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster
To take away a right or privilege.
A foreign-born resident of the United States who has not been naturalized.
A legal process to become a citizen.
The rights and duties of citizens.
The study of the rights and duties of citizens.
The ruling authority for a community.
A person who is loyal to a government and is protected by that government.
An obligation that we meet of our own free will.
An action we are required to do.
Giving your time and services to others without expecting payment.
the health, prosperity, and happiness of the members of a community
Respecting and accepting others.
To call for military service.
To record or enroll formally.
This is where we believe Native Americans originally came from.
Continent where people came from against their will.
Blue collar workers
Work in factories or other manual labor jobs.
White collar workers
Work in offices.
milk monsters (white people)
The largest ethnic group in the United States.
The second largest ethnic group in the United States.
The third largest ethnic group in the United States.
obey the law pay taxes defend the nation serve in court attend school
List 5 duties of American citizens:
be informed and vote participate in government and your community respect the rights and property of others respect different opinions and ways of life
List 4 responsibilities of American citizens:
Expatriation, denaturalization or being convicted of certain crimes can lead to
Loss of Citizenship
Fill out an application with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Talk with a USCIS official Pass a citizenship exam Attend a citizenship ceremony.