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TermDefinition
bear arms carry firearms (gun)
charitable generous in giving money or other help
civic of or relating to a city or a local community
naturalization the process of becoming a citizen
refugee a person who flees a country to another country for refuge or safety
believe to have confidence in the truth, the existence, or the reliability of something
impartial doesn't favor one side or the other; unprejudiced; treat people equally
commuters a person who travels regularly from one place to another
conserve to protect from loss, keep, save
eligible having the right to do or obtain something
immigration status the official classification given to a person determining their rights or responsibilities to a government
The Bill of Rights the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution
amendment an article added to the US Constitution or a change
The U.S. Constitution A document that holds the fundamental laws by which the United States is governed. Rules of government
Created by: teacherbrigid