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An investigation in 1902 showed about 25,000 fraudulent certificates of naturalization in use in that city.
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I can not omit recommending a revisal of the laws on the subject of naturalization.
There is one point in their charter, however, that I cannot believe will ever succeed—viz., naturalization or citizenship.
Divine authority for the naturalization of mankind in that eternal Kingdom has been restored to earth in the current age.
This may be the result of an accidental naturalization from cultivation.
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Asa Gray adds, however, that it is perhaps the result of naturalization.
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In 1846 he obtained naturalization and became a British subject.
Almost his first act on landing on American soil, three years before, had been his application for naturalization.
He seriously considered himself a Briton, regarding his naturalization papers as retrospective.
GHETTO COMEDIESISRAEL ZANGWILL
Naturalization, with us Russian Jews, may mean more than the adoption of the immigrant by America.

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