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Topics: Russian Empire, Ottoman Empire, Tsar Pages: 1 (272 words) Published: April 14, 2014
Student Name:
Militsa Sheppard
Name of interviewee
Maria Chase
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Questions asked
1.) What inspired you to become a U.S. citizen?
2.) What steps did you have to take as part of the naturalization process? 3.) How would you describe how you felt about the process?
4.) How has citizenship changed your life?
Answers
1.)What inspired me to become a U.S citizen is the ability to be free and have a better life for me and my children. 2.)I was finger printed, asked many question that I don’t think many Americans even know the answer too, Prove I know basic English and take an Oath of loyalty 3.)I didn’t feel any certain type of way about the process I was a little nervous but also very excited to become an American 4.) Citizenship has not only changed my life but it has also changed my daughters life. They are able to receive free education, and get better life. makdhfyrtwbdyhvwdulqj vdjqveduwtqv f vgftdhytrjhw jjaydtrge jhhetahu bfbygyufbdsdj neytagylpieyufb vtsftr hgftebd uhgygyrjs Catherine the Great was an empress of Russia who ruled from 1762-1796, the longest reign of any female Russian leader. Catherine was known more for her affairs, however she still was able to accomplish expanding he country’s empire. Her accomplishments often went over looked because of the scandalous rumors about her personal life. Catherine was able to win many wars against the Ottoman empire making it easier for her to expand the Russian borders. As she strengthen the soldiers for battle she was reforming the government at the same time. Before Catherine the government was not in good shape and many rebellions were happening.
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