The Most Popular Gift for a New Citizen

You can give your friend or relative who just became  a naturalized citizen of the United States actual land in all 50 states of the USA thanks to Own a Piece of America.

You can give them a Deed to the United States which will have their name inscribed on it and entitle them to legal ownership of one square inch of land in each and every state in the country. It's small but it is representative of this great country; from the mountains and prairies, to the deserts and highlands, the land means much more than the size but for what it stands.

It's a Wonderful Symbolic Memento for New American Citizens

These attractive numbered legal land deeds are the best gift for a man, woman, or child becoming an American citizen. It's something they'll remember getting from you...and will no doubt cherish it along with their newly obtained citizenship papers. In fact it's something they well may hang and display proudly. 

 

                                                     THEY WON'T BELIEVE IT.

                                                       THEY'LL BE THRILLED.

                          THEY'LL DISPLAY THIS PERSONALIZED DEED PROUDLY.

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These personalized documents have become the favorite gift of choice for people honoring new Americans. Each Deed comes with a booklet showing the exact location of the land in each state. It's really an unusual personalized gift for newly naturalized citizens.

 

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New American Citizens Get Land in the United States as Congratulations Gifts

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New American Citizens Get Land in the United States as Congratulations Gifts

One of the most popular gifts in the past decade for new naturalized Americans upon receiving their U.S. citizenship has proven to be a most unique one; land in all 50 states of the United States, this according to a New York City company which has made it possible.

American Acres, Inc., through its web site Own a Piece of America (www.ownapieceofamerica.us) since the year 2000 has delivered over 300,000 parcels of one-inch plots of land to the newest Americans. Yes, one inch plots, one-square inch in each and every one of the 50 states…called Deeds to the United States.

These symbolic gifts come printed, framed or on a plaque personalized with the new citizen’s name and individually property registration number. The land is representative of the USA. There are mountains, prairies, some desert in Nevada, woods, and land in the Texas panhandle.

What at first glance might sound simply like a whimsical concept is indeed much more. The serious significance this item holds for not only new citizens but for all Americans is intense. Proud new citizens for sure have been thrilled with this special gift to memorialize their most important of days. How proud so many new citizens have claimed to be displaying official documents certifying both their new status in America and symbolically representing their land ownership of a “Piece of America.” It’s a very appropriate and meaningful present for anyone just obtaining their American citizenship.


Gift-givers have explained that there might not be a more thoughtful and sincere way to say “Congratulations on becoming a US Citizen” other than by presenting these one-of-a-kind distinctive and prestigious keepsake that will be cherished for years to come. Gift recipients can display their legal Land Deeds in their home and always think of the person who gave them their Deed to the United States. There may be no better new citizen gift that these Deeds to the USA.

A person born outside of the U.S. and not already a U.S. citizen may acquire U.S. citizenship through a process known as naturalization. They have to be at least eighteen years old and for 4 years and 9 months must be a permanent resident of the United States or 2 years, 9 months if they (a) acquired legal permanent resident status, (b) are married to and living with a citizen for the past 36 months and (c) the husband/wife has been a U.S. citizen for at least 36 months prior to the applicant applying for naturalization. They must be a “person of good moral character”, and must take and pass a test on United States history and government and should also be conversant in the English.


In 2007, the total number of persons naturalizing was 660,477. The leading countries of birth of new US citizens were Mexico (122,258), India (46,871), Philippines (38,830), China (33,134), and Vietnam (27,921). The largest number of persons naturalizing lived in California (181,684), New York (73,676), and Florida (54,563).
The Deeds to the United States can be purchased for as little as $19.95 at http://www.ownapieceofamerica.us as well as http://www.veryclevergifts.com.

For further information contact Sandy Cannon at 212 598-0062.


                                                                       Special Gifts for New American Citziens


If someone you know is becoming a U.S. citizen, owning a piece of land in each of our fifty states is the perfect gift to commemorate their special day. When you purchase this very special gift you will be giving the perfect gift for new American citizens. A personalized deed gives the new U.S. Citizen ownership of one square inch of land in each of the fifty states. It's a one of a kind collectible that will memorialize this milestone of a day. Each fifty state deed is personalized, individually numbered and accompanied with a property listing of each piece of land in all fifty states.

These gifts for the new U.S. citizen are affordable so if you are looking for citizenship gifts for entire families, you can give one to each person. It's the perfect gift to present to the new U.S. citizen on the day they are sworn in. It's a gift they can display proudly in their home in a frame or on a plaque. For that new American citizen that isn't close by, you can choose to have their deed sent via USPS mail, UPS, or emailed instantly with their name and land listing imprinted. It's perfect for last minute gifts and you can be sure that they will have their gift in time for their momentous day.

It's the great American dream to be able to say that you own land in this great country of ours. Now even the newest of U.S. citizens can boast of their land ownership with a personalized deed. Each deed is accompanied with a property listings booklet so they will know exactly where their land is located in each state.

This meaningful and commemorative gift is perfect for every man and woman who has become a U.S. citizen. A personalized deed of land ownership in each of the fifty states can even be given to the child who has just become a naturalized citizen. This is the one gift that truly lets the new U.S. citizen show their American pride. This personalized deed is a distinguished legal document that will be cherished for years to come. For the new U.S. citizen who proudly displays his American flag on the outside of his home, he'll now be able to display his American pride inside his home.

If you're trying to find the perfect gift for the new U.S. citizen, this is it; a deed that is either simply printed, framed or mounted on a plaque. If you're concerned about getting their gift there on time, choose the option to have their one-of-a-kind personalized deed sent to them instantly via email with their name and land listing imprinted and ready to print.

 

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The Most Popular Gift for New Citizens

There are many great gifts to give a friend or relative who has just become a new, naturalized American Citizen. One of the most popular gifts for new naturalized Americans upon receiving their citizenship for the first time has proven to be a most unique one; "land" in the United States via a Deed to the USA.

This very unique gift of land - of owning a very small piece of land, is something that is very much fun, and can be very significant as well for new citizens. Imagine the excitement they'll experience when, right after becoming a new naturalized citizen they also receive land - just small sections - in the country that they have just become a citizen. This is a great symbolic way to make sure that they really can shout out their new citizenship. Sure they're very small...a postage stamp sized plot of land but it's a very appropriate and thoughtful gesture. They'll be sure to love it and keep it as long as they live.

These symbolic gifts come printed framed or on a plaque personalized with the new citizens name and a one-of-a-kind property registration number. The land is representative of all the land in the USA. There are mountains, prairies, some desert in Nevada, woods, and land in the Texas panhandle. Each Deed comes with a free New Citizen Certificate as well that also can be framed.

What at first glance might sound simply like a whimsical concept is indeed much more. The significance this item holds is intense. Proud new citizens by the thousands have been thrilled with this special gift to memorialize their most important of days. It's a very appropriate and meaningful present for anyone just obtaining their American citizenship.

There are many of other popular gifts that you might want to consider for a "new citizen gift." You might want to give someone a great one-time life experience that they will always remember, like a hot air balloon ride over their new country. Or, you might want to give them a set of United States postage stamps made from one of their memorable photographs or one of your photos...perhaps on the day they became a US Citizen, or a great Ball Park Pen because baseball if the great American pastime sport.

Even things like personalized magazine covers and book jackets can make good unique new citizen gifts. Also great gifts could include gifting a part of McDonalds, Pepsi Cola, Coca Cola, or Nathan Frankfurters- what can be more American than owning one share of these companies? These companies are available one single share at a time...mostly for the symbolic gesture rather than an investment.

New citizens have gone through a lot to have obtained their citizenship; A person born outside of the U.S. and not already a U.S. citizen may acquire U.S. citizenship through a process known as naturalization. They have to be at least eighteen years old and for 4 years and 9 months must be a permanent resident of the United States or 2 years, 9 months if they (a) acquired legal permanent resident status, (b) are married to and living with a citizen for the past 36 months and (c) the husband/wife has been a U.S. citizen for at least 36 months prior to the applicant applying for naturalization. They must be a "person of good moral character", and must take and pass a test on United States history and government and should also be conversant in the English

                                                  Gift Ideas for New Naturalized Citizens

 

One of the most monumental accomplishments in many people’s lives is becoming a new American citizen. If you know someone who has just undergone the citizenship process you have probably though about getting them a gift to celebrate their achievement. A great gift for the new American citizen would be the gift of land ownership in all fifty states. While the though of owning land in all fifty states seems like a very expensive and impressive feat, it is possible and affordable for anyone.

If you know someone who has recently become an American citizen, giving them a piece of land in all fifty states is the perfect gift and is easier than you think. You can buy a personalized deed to one square inch of land in all fifty states very affordably. This deed becomes a one of a kind collectible that is the perfect way to celebrate citizenship. Your recipient’s fifty state deed will be personalized, individually numbered, and includes a property listing of each piece of land they own in all fifty states.

A deed to land in all fifty states is a very affordable gift for the new American citizen and is a great citizenship gift idea for one person or an entire family. A fifty states deed can be proudly displayed and becomes a cherished keepsake with great importance to any American citizen.

A fifty states deed can be purchased and presented to the recipient personally or it can be sent through the USPS or UPS. If you need a last minute gift it can even be emailed instantly with your recipients name and land listing included on a certificate for printing. A fifty states deed is perfect for a last minute gift or can be ordered well in advance.

Every American dreams of owning land, and owning land in all fifty states is a very exciting idea for most people. New American citizens can show off of their land ownership with a personalized fifty states deed which comes with the property listings booklet that shows exactly where their land is located in each state.

A fifty states deed is a personalized gift that is also a distinguished legal document. It can be cherished for years to come and proudly displayed for all to see. Owning land in all fifty states is an affordable gift that is sure to be treasured for a lifetime.

There are other appropriate gifts for new naturalized citizens honoring their new American citizenship status. Some people who has just become naturalized citizens buy for themselves American flags, others will have shirts made or ordered that represent the United States in some form or fashion (maybe red, white and blue striped shirts). Then there are great experiences that they will always remember, like a hot air balloon ride over their new country, the Grand Canyon say, or white-water rafting in the Rockies. Or they might get themselves a set of personalized stamps made from one of their own photographs...perhaps on the day they became a US Citizen, or a great Ball Park Pen or Cuff Links made from one of the famous old-time baseball parks all across America. All of these are certain to remind themselves of their American citizenship.

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Inexpensive Gifts for New Citizens

 

There aren’t many great gifts for new citizens. You can search stores or the internet but very few really hit the mark.

There are a lot of ways that you can celebrate this occasion and commemorate this memorable event…after all it’s not every day that someone becomes a new American citizen but if you are looking for inexpensive unusual new citizen gifts as I said there won’t be too many great ones that you can give someone who has just been naturalized as an American citizen….a full-fledged, voting citizen of the USA therefore, the unique gift of land – of owning a Deed to the United States…owning land in every single state, is the best new citizenship gift available.  It's something that is very symbolic representing land ownership in the country in which they have just become a citizen. This can be a fantastic symbolic gesture and the best way to make sure that someone is getting a great new citizen’s gift; you can be sure that it’ll be a wonderful present that they will always cherish. Or you can give them a small piece of land in the state that they live…that being very meaningful to them as well.  Sure we’re only talking about postage stamp sized parcels, but it’s still one of the best and most wonderful ways and the most appropriate symbolic gesture you can give…and something they can keep forever.

 

FYI

Filipinos constitute the third biggest number of new US citizens in 2009 after Mexico and India, a report of the Office of Immigration Statistics of the United States Department of Homeland Security said.

In 2009, the five leading countries of birth of new US citizens were Mexico (111,630 or 15 percent of total), India (52,889 or 7.1 percent), Philippines (38, 934 or 5.2 percent), China (37,130 or 5 percent), and Vietnam (31,168 or 4.2 percent).

Expectedly, the largest number of naturalized persons lived in California (179,754), New York (88,733), and Florida (82,788)?states with the biggest number of immigrant population.

The Annual Flow Report for 2009 said that 53 percent of all naturalized persons were female, 54 percent were between 25 to 44 years old (with a median age of 40 years), and 67 percent were married.

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