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Responsibilities of US Citizenship
Tobecome a U.S. citizen you must take the Oath of Allegiance. The oath includes several promises you make when you become a U.S. citizen, including promises to:
arrow Give up all prior allegiance to any other nation or sovereignty;
arrow Swear allegiance to the United States;
arrow Support and defend the Constitution and the laws of the United States; and
arrow Servethe country when required.
U.S. citizens have many responsibilities other than the ones mentioned in the Oath. Citizens have a responsibility to participate in the political process by registering and voting in elections. Serving on a jury is another responsibility of citizenship. Finally, American becomes stronger when all of its citizens respect the different opinions, cultures, ethnic groups, and religions found in the country. Tolerance for differencesis also a responsibility of citizenship.

When you decide to become a U.S. citizen, you should be willing to fulfill the responsibilities of citizenship. We hope you will honor and respect the freedoms and opportunities citizenship gives you. At the same time, we hope you become an active member of your community. It is my participating in your community that you truly becomes an American.
information provided here is of general nature and should not be constructed as legal advice.matters in personal historyor a perticular situation may affect eligibility to recive immigration benfits in a perticular situation.Information is updated peroidically and may not be current at all time.