1_4 What is Citizenship?
Identify a person to interview. Ask your Learning Coach to help you locate someone who completed the naturalization process. As an alternative, you could write a Fictional Interview with a naturalized citizen
1. Ask the questions below. Take notes or record the interview. Student Name: __Matthew Houston_________________
Interviewee Name: __________Jose__________
How do you know the interviewee? Fictional interview ___________________________________ Questions and Responses
Notes on Interviewee Response
What inspired you to become a U.S. citizen?
America has alot of great opportunities and its a free country
What steps did you have to take as part of the naturalization process? 1. I had to be a resident of the U.S. for five years.2. file the N400 form. 3. Pass a test on the history of the U.S. 5. Swear my allegiance to the U.S.
How would you describe how you felt about the process?
I felt motivated throughout the process because I knew America was the place I wanted to call home
How has citizenship changed your life?
I have many more opportunities such as getting a job and because America is a democracy I can vote.
Is your daily life different because of citizenship?
Yes I have more freedoms in the USA than i did back home.
Do you feel the process was worthwhile?
Yes it was worthwhile
If you had to, would you do it again? Please explain.
Yes it changed my life in the best way possible.
What are you looking forward to the most about being a U.S. Citizen?
Possesing the rights that we didnt have in my home country
B. Write a two-paragraph reflection of the naturalization process. Use the following questions as a guide:
2. What is the purpose of the naturalization process?
3. Does the process work well? In other words, does the process achieve its goals? 4. Would you change the process if...
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