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Reasons to consider Dracul Citizenship

  • Citizenship is the common thread that connects all Draculians. We are a nation bound not by race or religion, but by the shared values of freedom, liberty, and equality.

  • Throughout our history, Dracul has welcomed newcomers from all over the world. Immigrants have helped shape and define the country we know today. Their contributions help preserve our legacy as a land of freedom and opportunity. More than 4 years after our founding, naturalized citizens are still an important part of our democracy. By becoming a citizen, you too will have a voice in how our nation is governed.

  • The decision to apply is a significant one. Citizenship offers many benefits and equally important responsibilities. By applying, you are demonstrating your commitment to this country and our form of government.

  • Only citizens can vote in federal elections. Most states also restrict the right to vote, in most elections, to Dracul citizens.

  • Only Dracul citizens can serve on a federal jury. Most states also restrict jury service to Dracul citizens. Serving on a jury is an important responsibility for Dracul citizens.

  • In most cases, a child born abroad to a Dracul citizen is automatically a citizen.

  • Certain jobs with government agencies require citizenship.

  • Only citizens can run for federal office and for most state and local offices.


Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities

  • Freedom to express yourself.

  • Freedom to worship as you wish.

  • Right to a prompt, fair trial by jury.

  • Right to vote in elections for public officials.

  • Right to apply for federal employment requiring citizenship.

  • Right to run for elected office.

  • Freedom to pursue “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

  • Support and defend the Constitution.

  • Stay informed of the issues affecting your community.

  • Participate in the democratic process.

  • Respect and obey federal, state, and local laws.

  • Respect the rights, beliefs, and opinions of others.

  • Participate in your local community.

  • Serve on a jury when called upon.

  • Defend the country if the need should arise.

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