Citizenship: its rights and responsibilities.
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Citizenship: its rights and responsibilities. by Mary Irene Cathcart Borer

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Published by Museum Press in London .
Written in English


  • Civics, British.

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Edition Notes

StatementDrawings by Sheila Brandburn.
LC ClassificationsJN906 .B6
The Physical Object
Pagination123 p.
Number of Pages123
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5867203M
LC Control Number62051861

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As a permanent resident, you should begin to learn about this country, its people, and its system of government. Use this guide to find out about your rights and responsibilities as an immigrant and to understand how federal, state, and local governments work. You can also learn about important. ROLES, RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENS SSC Define the term "citizen," and identify legal means of becoming a United States citizen. Citizen: a native or naturalized member of a state or nation who owes allegiance to its government and is entitled to its protection. bond’, founded on shared values, rights and responsibilities and encourage expression of these values in everyday life. 2. Information on citizenship should be prominently displayed in Government shopfronts, at the border, in overseas posts and as part of the Australian Electoral Commission’s enrolment processes. 3. Study Guide – Discover Canada – The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship; Discover Canada - Download. Note: Recent changes to the Citizenship Act affect information in the Message to Our Readers section of Discover Canada. Specifically, the age range has been amended for applicants who must meet the knowledge requirement.

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