Civics

Which of the following is NOT part of the naturalization process?

a. Filing a Declaration of Intention

b. Taking a US history, gov't, or English language class

c. Living in the US for 10 years

d. Taking an Oath

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  1. I chose Letter A, but my teacher said it was incorrect. I don't know what is the correct answer for this one.

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  2. http://immigration.findlaw.com/citizenship/the-basics-of-naturalization.html

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    Ms. Sue
  3. Hi Ms. Sue! I couldn't find anything on the declaration of intention on the website provided. I thought that Letter B wouldn't part of the process, but you need to have a basic understanding of the gov't and english to pass the test. And to do this you need to take a class to be better proficient.

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  4. I know Declaration of Intention is part of the process (the first step) because those declarations are some of the documents I have found on ancestry.com and familysearch.com for my great-grandparents!

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    Writeacher
  5. How long do people need to live here to apply for citizenship?

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    Ms. Sue
  6. I think it was 5 years at least. Thank you so much for your help Ms. Sue!!!

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  7. Thank you so much for your help Writeacher!!!

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  8. Which of the following is not part of the naturalization process?

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