Befuddling citizenship requirements expose cultural quirks
- February 16, 2015
- Sara Wallace Goodman, political science assistant professor, is quoted in The Wall Street Journal Feb. 16, 2015
From The Wall Street Journal:
Candidates should be prepared to understand and answer questions having to do with their ties to the local community – for instance about relatives, friends, and professional and social activities in the area, according to Sara Wallace Goodman, an assistant professor of political science at the University of California, Irvine.
For the full story, please visit http://blogs.wsj.com/expat/2015/02/16/befuddling-citizenship-requirements-expose-cultural-quirks/.
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