A citizen of the United States is a person born in the United States, married a Unites States citizen, or became naturalized. Many United States citizens are citizens by birth and some citizens are citizens by getting married to a citizen.To become a citizen of a particular country by naturalization, a person must have patriotic feelings toward the country and view the country as his or her home. There is a sense of loyalty that must be part of the naturalization process. Others become citizens by naturalization. Naturalization is when a person was born citizens of another country became citizens of another country through a legal process. The United States government expects naturalized citizens to have more allegiance to the United States than to their native born country. Once a person is a citizen of a particular country, this person has specific rights under the government of that country.Citizens of the United States are entitled to the rights guaranteed by the Constitution. United States citizens have the right to vote, due process, own property, and other rights concerning life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. A largely debated right of United States citizens is the freedom of religion. The Supreme Court has passed many laws to protect the freedom of religion insuring that the United States government favors no religious group over another religious group. United States citizenship insures protection under the law of the United States government and a citizen is subject to
abide by the laws under the United States government.