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Learn the National Anthem and the Pledge of Allegiance

Most of what you should know as an American citizen you learned while preparing for your naturalization interview.   You learned about our great Constitution, the supreme law of the land.   You know how our government is structured, how laws are passed, and how politicians are elected.   You also know about the history of our nation including our struggle for independence, our abolition of slavery, the wars we fought for democracy and freedom, and our quest for equal rights for all people regardless race, gender and national origin.

You probably know more about being an American than the average American.   So don’t stop now!   To put the finishing touches on your US citizenship, we invite you to learn the Star Spangled Banner and the Pledge of Allegiance.   If you can recite these from memory, we guarantee you will make a lasting impression with any other American—especially the native-born.

Words to the Star Spangled Banner       Words and Music to the Star Spangled Banner

Pledge of Allegiance Poster                    Other Patriotic Songs

Important Links

What follows are some other Internet sites we feel all naturalized citizens should be know about:

The Flag: Displaying Old Glory          About Old Glory

FirstGov – The U.S. Government's Official Web Portal

National Immigration Forum

American Immigration Lawyers Association  The Immigration Portal
Helping new and naturlized US Citizens become Americans

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