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  •  That's the thing about becoming a naturalized (1+ / 0-)
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    citizen. You get a document when you do that. So it's actually easier for these people to prove their citizenship than for native-born citizens. Not being on the rolls is a problem but usually it simply means having to cast a provisional ballot.

    •  Thanks for the answer (1+ / 0-)
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      FG

      I was thinking of the situation in Arizona, where someone who had just been made a U.S. citizen -- with citizenship paper in hand -- was not allowed to register to vote.

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