What is the easiest way to become a US citizen?
Navigating U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can be an extremely stressful and time-consuming process. This list of the three most easiest ways to obtain U.S. citizenship will help you determine which route is the best choice for your situation
1) According to the fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, any person born within the United States is automatically granted U.S. citizenship. The same is applicable to some territories outside of the United States (such as Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Northern Mariana Islands, etc.).
There is one exception to this rule – you cannot become a U.S. citizen if your parents are foreign diplomats or members of a sovereign Native American tribe.
Citizenship by birth implies a person has one or two married parents born in the USA. A child could still obtain U.S. citizenship in some tangled situations:
if your parents are unmarried
if you have no birth certificate
if U.S. citizens adopt you
if you want to establish U.S. citizenship after birth
To obtain official documentation from the government, the person needs to file Form N-600, Application for Certificate of Citizenship. This might help to prove U.S. citizenship. If you were born in the U.S., and have no birth certificate, you need to prove your citizenship with the help of several different documents.
2) Citizenship through the military (in the U.S armed forces) may also involve becoming a U.S. citizen. Those who have served during a period of hostility do not need to apply for naturalization. So they are not required to get green cards, go through interviews, be put through the U.S. Naturalization test, or other difficult procedures to get the desired US citizenship. It just makes things easier.
However, if you have served during peacetime, you have to serve for at least one year before you can submit an application for naturalization.
3) Green Card Lottery (or Diversity Immigrant Visa Program) issues for up to 55,000 immigrant visas annually. This is a random drawing in order to get an immigrant visa (Green Card). The winners are applicants from under-represented countries in terms of immigrants coming to America (Estonia, Ukraine, Fiji).