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  1. I just became a us citizen through naturalization. I know that I can register to vote and uscis officers told us about that during the oath ceremony. Do I have to register to vote? Is it mandatory for all new us citizens to register to vote and vote after that? I am not really into politics, don’t get involved and don’t really know much. At this point I do not want to register to vote and vote in any kind of elections. I am wondering if me not registering to vote and not voting going to create any problems? Like the government and uscis going to think that I am not a good citizen and possibly question my newly acquired citizenship or denaturalize me? Anyone on this forum naturalized and did not register to vote? Any personal experience? Thank you
  2. I recently applied for my passport meaning I had to send off my Naturalization Certificate. I didn't update my SSN or State ID before doing this and now I'm wondering if the SSN and ID have to be updated before I register to vote? Our deadline for the primaries is 14 March in Louisiana. Thanks!
  3. So as you all know know, only US citizens are allowed to vote in elections. However, permanent residents are allowed to donate to political candidates, so if you'd like to contribute to your chosen candidate, go ahead and donate (as long as you have a green card). If you don't have a green card, you can't donate money but you can volunteer if you'd like. My spouse shares my political views, so he could donate but I personally felt good donating myself. I also like that I increased the number of individual donors by one by donating in my name (my preferred candidate already has the highest number of individual donors but more is always beneficial). So if you want to be involved in the political process, you can. Just make sure you don't vote until you're a citizen.
  4. Hey all, I have been looking around VJ and have not seen the question asked for Canadians. I just received US citizenship, so I am a dual US/Canadian citizen. Will I lose my US Citizenship if I register to vote in Canada?
  5. Hi again (apparently I’m going to be posting a lot today! 😆), Today’s voting day for our European MPs (please god, not Farage 🙏)...and it got me thinking... I know after emigration, before naturalisation, I won’t be able to vote in the US...but does that mean I’ll still be able to vote in the UK elections (whilst on a green card in US)? Thanks in advance! Zoë
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