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Citizenship Vocab.

citizen a member of a community who has rights and responsibilities.
community a group of people who share an environment.
Constitution document that sets rules and lists rights.
city charter document that tells how the city will run.
right a privilege or a claim to something.
responsibility duty to other people, government, or society.
ordinance law that applies only within a city.
citizenship means being a member of a nation or country and having full rights and responsibilities under the law.
naturalization the process that allows immigrants to become citizens.
amendments changes
BiIl of Rights the first ten amendments of the Constitution.
immigrant a person who moves permanently to a new country.
alien a non-citizen
allegiance loyalty to a person, country, or belief.
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