Your U.S. Citizenship Guide: What You Need to Know to Pass Your U.S. Citizenship Test With Companion CD-ROM
Citizenship in the United States is the legal status given to a legal member of the country. It involves rights, duties, and privileges and is one of the most coveted gifts that the U.S. government can bestow on a person and the most important immigration benefit that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can grant. The road map outlined in this new book will help foreign nationals apply for citizenship and will lead those seeking citizenship to the fastest and easiest way to do so. With the guidance of this new and up-to-date book you will learn about the application instructions, procedures, required forms, eligibility information, application requirements, waivers, exceptions, special cases, the naturalization process, application forms, immigration forms, certificates of naturalization, and dual citizenship. In addition, you will become knowledgeable about the principles of the U.S. Constitution, favorable disposition toward the United States, the benefits of being a citizen, and the responsibilities of being a citizen. You will be provided with information on the interview, sample test questions and answers, a list of all USCIS offices nationwide, a list of U.S. embassies and consulates, and everything else you will need to know to become a United States citizen in no time at all, including how to pass the citizenship test.
The Definitive Guide on Obtaining Your U.S. Citizenship
By Susana Escayola - July 27, 2009
This guide book is excellent for those wishing to become citizens of the United States of America or those just wishing to learn more about the process. It contains everything you need to know about obtaining U.S. citizenship.
The guide is divided into two parts. The first part: "How to Become a Citizen of the U.S.A." explains, in detail, the process of becoming a citizen. It includes information on the USCIS; eligibility; prerequisites; visas; residency; Form N-400; the exam; the interview and more. The second part: "How to Study to Become a U.S. Citizen" contains all the study material needed to become a citizen. The chapters include concise lessons on U.S. history and the U.S. government. It also includes English language exercises and a citizenship practice test. One chapter is dedicated to the experiences people have had in obtaining their citizenship, written in their own words. The appendices and glossary are especially informative.
One of the most stressing situations when someone migrates to the US is related to obtaining the legal status as resident or citizen. In any of those cases the uncertainty is abundant. The first thing people think as primary resource is an attorney. Then Internet becomes another clear option, but the amount of available information is overwhelming. Luckily Anita Biase wrote an extraordinary step by step help for those who dream of becoming citizens of the best country in the world.
The book shows the way through simple words. The process we all believe disturbing and annoying is explained in such a way that the reader will feel confident about the information receiving. As a very important factor, the book is totally updated even with the newest USCIS offices addresses and the questions of the most recent approved exam.
The guide contains an extraordinary compilation of data that includes the US Constitution with its amendment, application forms, and the... read more
Prepare for Your Personal Future
By Jennifer A. Sheffield - May 10, 2009
In the 'Forward' for Anita Biase's book, "Your U.S. Citizenship Guide," Florida immigration attorney Andrea R. Jacobs, Esq. writes, "The basis for our naturalization process is "good moral character," but as Baise goes through in detail, there is also a lot of paperwork, and potentially, years of waiting to become eligible. However, the slant of Biase's book is that there is no reason not to get ahead, by studying, for the test. Her advice, for meeting this goal is as steady, and consistent as it gets.
This book is designed to help any applicant seeking U.S. citizenship, save money and time by laying out a do-it-yourself guide to getting into the U.S.of A. through the front door, while being very honest about drawbacks if one chooses not to seek legal, or professional help in complicated family circumstances, as one example. In Part I, Baise explains the functions of governmental agencies in place to handle applications, plus the duties and privileges of a citizen. She... read more