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Which of the following individuals can become a naturalized citizen?
A. Anyone born in a United States possession, as long as one parent is a citizen of the United States.
B. Anyone born outside the United States to parents who are both citizens of the United States.
C. Anyone born outside the United States to parents who aren’t citizens of the United States.
D. Anyone born inside the United States.
Anyone born outside the United States to parents who aren’t citizens of the United States can become a naturalized citizen.
The naturalization process allows individuals to apply for citizenship of a country other than the one in which they were born. The requirements for this process vary by country but may include an exam and/or a specified number of years living in that country. Obtaining citizenship is vital because it guarantees certain rights to individuals within that nation’s borders.
For those born inside the United States, it’s a bit more complicated. If you’re over 18 and have been a permanent resident of the United States for at least five years, you can apply for naturalization. If you’re married to a US citizen, you can apply after three years. There are also special programs for members of the military and their spouses.
To apply for naturalization, you must file Form N-400 and submit it with all the required accompanying documents. This includes a fee payment, a photocopy of your green card, two-color passport-style photos, and any other relevant documents.