Sunday, December 11, 2016

Kids, teens from various countries take citizenship oath on CA Senate floor

Teacher Jennifer--These Sacramento-area young adults (YAs) acquired citizenship through their parents.  
  • Children under 18 automatically acquire US citizenship when their parents naturalize. 
  •  Although the Certificate of Citizenship (N-600) is optional (Before Dec 23 $600! After Dec 23: $1170) or college apps, military, etc. 
  • Better to get early because citizenship derived through parents is more difficult to prove later.

A citizenship ceremony was held on the California Senate floor for the first time Monday. Twenty kids and teens from dozens of countries took their oath of citizenship in front of their loved ones. Subscribe to KCRA on YouTube now for more:

Teacher Jennifer--For more details about an N-600 oath ceremony, go to my slightly edited transcript of my live tweeter feed during the USCIS SF N-600 Citizenship Ceremony, Spring 2014  

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