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Q. Which of the following is a step in the naturalization process?
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applying for a driver's license
getting a job
registering to vote
taking a citizenship test
Q. In which of the following scenarios may a person gain U.S. citizenship by naturalization?
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a person is born in an American territory
a person is born on a U.S. military base overseas
a person with no U.S. ties immigrates to the United States
two non-U.S. citizens have a child on American soil
Q. To become a citizen of the United States, an immigrant must have been a lawful, permanent resident for at least ________ years.
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Q. Only people born in the U.S. are considered citizens.
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Q. An important right and responsibility of all citizens is to
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obey traffic laws
vote in elections
pay taxes
serve on a jury
Q. Which of these is an example of contributing to the common good?
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placing an ad in the newspaper to promote your business
donating food to a homeless shelter
spending a day working in your garden
doing your homework
Q. Duties of citizens are ___________ but responsibilities are ____________.
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for males/for females
Q. Which practice is part of the obligation of a U.S. citizen to help defend the nation? 
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A. Serve on a jury
B. Register for selective service
C. Vote in all elections
D. Keep informed about national issues 
Q. Which type of service project would help the common good?
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A. Planning a neighborhood recycling program
B. Participating in a neighborhood party
C. Completed homework on time
D. Visiting public libraries
Q. A citizen received a jury summons notification  in the mail requesting their presence on January 9th at the Duval County Courthouse.

What civic responsibility does this notification represent? 
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A. Getting a driver's license
B. Appearing for jury duty
C. Paying income tax
D. Registering to vote
Q. Which option provides a citizen with the opportunity to directly impact local government?
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A. Testifying before Congress
B. Participating in a community service project
C. Voting for president 
D. Speaking at a city council meeting
Q. Which of the following is a citizen responsibility rather than an obligation?
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Obeying the law
Paying taxes
Attending civic meetings
Registering for Selective Service
Q. Who of the following is a U.S. Citizen?
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Mike was born in Canada and has been working in the U.S. the past 3 years
Cecilia is seventeen and is going to high school in Los Angeles
Josh was born in Spain to two U. S. citizens
Julie moved to the United States when she was three years old. She moved back to Mexico when she was 12.
Q. Which amendment defines citizenship?
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Q. How old must you be to go through the naturalization process?
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any age
Q. Which best describes a citizen?
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A person who lives in a country for more than 7 years.
A person who lives in a country and is 18 years or older.
A person who has completed an application to live in a country.
A person who has specific rights and obligations within a country.
Q. The idea that your citizenship is based upon your parents no matter where you are born.
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Law of Blood
Law of Soil
Q. It is the idea that citizenship is based upon where you are born. 
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Law of Blood
Law of Soil
Q. An amendment to the U.S. Constitution that defines citizenship. it will also grant citizenship to former slaves, and defines voters as males who are at least 21 years of age. 
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First Amendment
Second amendment
Fourteenth Amendment
Third Amendment 
Q. The process that someone can become an American citizen after going through a process to achieve citizenship.
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Which obligation protects people accused of crimes?

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serving on a jury

running for a political office

defending the nation

paying taxes


There are three paths to citizenship in the United States. What are they?

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Law of Blood, Law of Soil, and Selective Service

Law of Mud, Law of Genetics, and Selective Service

Law of Blood, Law of Land, Naturalization

Law of Blood, Law of Soil, and Naturalization


What civic obligation does this image represent?

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Community Service

Paying Taxes

Jury Duty

Selective Service


Why was it necessary to create this stamp?

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A stamp was made for all the citizenship obligations

Citizens resist the common good

Citizens loved Jury Duty so much they requested a stamp

Citizens resist the selective service

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