Citizenship in the United States
Citizenship is the status of officially belonging to a particular country. Different countries have different citizenship laws. People can have citizenship in more than one country if both countries allow it. In the United States, the Constitution has laws about being a US citizen. People have to follow certain rules to become a US citizen if they are not born in the country.
The US Constitution is a set of rules and laws that explain how the US government works. It is the most important set of laws in the country. The Constitution explains basic information about US citizenship. It gives the federal government all the power over US citizenship. So, states cannot give US citizenship to people. Only the...Read more