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1.What are the various ways to become a US citizen?
2. What privileges do I enjoy as a U.S. citizen?
3. Who is eligible for U.S. Citizenship through Naturalization?
4.When does my time as a permanent resident begin for the purpose of Naturalization?
5. How do I become a naturalized U.S. citizen?
6.Where do I file my Naturalization application?
7. How can I pay my application fee for Naturalization?
8. If I have been convicted of a crime but my record has been expunged, do I need to indicate that on my Naturalization application or tell an Immigration officer?
9. What is the processing time for Naturalization application?
10. Where can I be fingerprinted for Naturalization?
11. What should I do if I cannot make it to my scheduled interview for Naturalization?
12. Will the USCIS provide special accommodations for me if I am disabled?
13.If the USCIS grants me Naturalization, when will I become a citizen?
14. What should I do if I cannot go to my Oath Ceremony for Naturalization?
15. What can I do if the USCIS denies my application for
16. Can I reapply for Naturalization if the USCIS denies my application?
17. What should I do if I have lost my Certificate of Naturalization?
18. What should I use as proof of Citizenship if I have lost my Certificate of Naturalization?
19. If I am a U.S. citizen, what is the process to naturalize my child?
20. If I am a U.S. citizen, but my child does not meet the requirements listed above, can I still apply for Citizenship for my child?
21. I lost my Naturalization Certificate and I need to travel outside the U.S. How can I obtain proof of my Citizenship so that I can apply for a U.S. passport with the Department of State?
22. What documents do I need to bring to my U.S. Citizenship interview?
23. What should I do if there is no birth record or file for me and I need to apply for U.S. Citizenship?

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