Obtaining US Citizenship gives permanent residents new rights and benefits. But citizenship also brings new responsibilities.
What US Citizenship Benefits:
- the opportunity to live, study and work in the United States;
- US citizens have the opportunity to choose one of the best universities in the world to study and pay tuition fees at the rates applicable to Americans;
- the patronage of the US government, wherever you are in the world
- the protection of your rights by the US Constitution;
- being a US citizen, a person independently decides whether to serve or not, but men between the ages of 18 and 25 must be registered for military service;
- a US citizen has the right to enter almost any country in the world without going through the procedure for obtaining visa, obtain it when crossing the border or upon arrival;
- a naturalized US citizen aged 21 years or older can invite to permanent residence to the States of close family members;
- the right to vote
- the opportunity to live abroad without the need to live live in the United States
- a person who has received US citizenship can use credit services on the same convenient conditions as people who are US citizens from birth;
- the opportunity to work in any government organization United States (with rare exceptions)
- US citizens (subject to certain criteria) may enjoy certain benefits for the population, including medical, insurance, grocery purchases, and others;
- no threats of revocation or deportation.
In addition to all of the above, the most obvious advantage is a comfortable life in an economically developed country, which guarantees all rights and freedoms for its citizens, regardless of race, religion, sexual minority or other differences.