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  1. Asylum: an inviolable place of refuge and protection giving shelter to criminals and debtors.
  2. Diplomatic Immunity: The exemption from taxation and ordinary processes of law afforded to diplomatic personnel in a foreign country.
  3. Dual Citizenship: the state of being a citizen of two or more two countries concurrently
  4. Expatriation:
  5. To give up residence in one's homeland. To renounce allegiance to one's homeland.
  6. Green Card: An official document issued by the U.S. government to aliens, allowing them to work legally in the United States.
  7. Illegal Alien: Someone in the US illegally
  8. Jus Sanguinis: a rule of law that a child's citizenship is determined by that of his or her parents
  9. Jus Soli:  the principle that a person's nationality at birth is determined by the place of birth
  10. Naturalization: To become naturalized or acclimated; undergo adaptation.
  11. Refugee: One who flees in search of refuge, as in times of war, political oppression, or religious persecution.
  12. Visa: An official authorization appended to a passport, permitting entry into and travel within a particular country or region.

Statue of Liberty, sunset
Illustration: Fourth of July fireworks

Empire State Building and reflection

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Information From: visaus.com, state.mn.us, and colorado.gov