I am a Hispanic from Mexico trying to become a U.S. citizen. I know that it
is going to be hard and expensive to become a U.S. citizen. I know that I
have to go through the Naturalization process by which the U.S. citizenship
Is granted to a foreign citizen after he or she fulfills the requirements
established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act. To be
Eligible for naturalization, you must meet certain requirements such as:
Must be 18 or older, be a permanent resident for a certain amount of time,
A person of good moral character, have basic knowledge of U.S. history and
Government, and be able to read, write, and speak basic English.
I do not believe that the United States government policy should favor
certain kinds of immigrants. If the United States government policy allows
certain immigrants into the United States then they should let all
Immigrants into the United States. All the people that want to become a U.S.
citizen should have the chance but should have to follow the same rules as
everyone else. If you are able to prove to the United States that you can
follow the rules and be a good moral character then it should not matter.
I do not believe that citizenship should be given to the neediest applicants
that they should have to follow the rules just like the most talented, the
most oppressed, and the richest applicant. The government has laws and
regulations to follow no matter who you are and what you do. It should not matter if you are poor or the richest man alive. If you are not a United States
citizen you should have to go through the same processes to become a legal
citizen. No applications from certain countries should not be given priority
they should have to follow the same laws and processes that everyone else
does. There should not be any exceptions to the rule.
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