COMM 101 55A Saturday
February 25, 2017
To inform the three different ways a person can become a US citizen to the class in a time frame of five to seven minutes.
Share information about the process of becoming a US citizen, which describes my steps and things that I had to learn.
(Transition) I would like to start
A) I decided to become a US citizen for many reasons.
B) I don’t see myself moving back to Mexico.
C) I wanted it the right to vote in elections for public officials.
D) For Law enforcement jobs, applicants just be a US citizen (Fuller, 2014).
(Transition) Now I’d like to move on
II. The two easy ways someone can become a US citizen.
A) The first one is if you were born in the United States of America, automatically you become one.
B) The next easy way is the Child Citizenship Act, is a United States federal law that allows certain foreign-born, biological and adopted children of United States citizens to acquire United States citizenship automatically (uscis.gov/n-600).
C) Requirements for the Child Citizenship Act.
D) Child Citizenship Act Form N-600, fee $1,170.
III. The last way someone can become a US Citizen Is by Naturalization.
A) The complicated way is by Naturalization.
B) The requirements for Naturalization.
C) Form-400, fee $725, no fee is required for military applicants (uscis.gov/n-400)
D) Steps of Naturalization
1. File Form N-400
2. Submit your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization
3. Get Fingerprinted
4. Attend a Citizenship Interview/ Civics Test.
5. Attend the Oath Ceremony
(Transition) And finally
IV. Now that you are a U.S. Citizen…
A) You can apply for a U.S. Passport.
B) Update Your Social Security Record.
C) You need to register to vote.
(Transition) And in closing
V. Summarize my speech
A) I went over the different ways a person can become a US citizen, and the steps I had to do when I applied by Naturalization.
B) Thank you all for your time and thank you for listening.
Application for Certificate of Citizenship. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25, 2017, from https://www.uscis.gov/n-600
Application for Naturalization. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25, 2017, from ttps://www.uscis.gov/n-400