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Two rights for non US citizens are the right to remain silent and the right to representation if they are arrested. Another right, is the right to a free public education up to grade 12.

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What are two individual rights of US citizens?

Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

What are the two rights that are guaranteed to citizens under the first amendment to the constitution of the US?

Two rights that were included were the Freedom of Speech and Jury Trials.

Where are us citizens rights written down on?

US citizens' rights are written down in the Bill of Rights. This is the name given to the first 10 amendments to the US Constitution.

How does the us classify non citizens?

The US classifies non-citizens based upon the avenue of entry into the US.

Are non US citizens covered under the bill of rights?

If the Non U.S. citizen is within the United States, then yes. Any person that is in the United States is protected under our flag, and therefore, have the rights stated in the Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights does what?

Grants basic rights to US citizens.

Why does the US have a Bill of Rights?

It tells the rights of the U.S. citizens, and what they have the right to do. It gives the citizens some power.

Who places limitations on Congress when it comes to the rights of the citizens?

The Bill of Rights places limits on Congress when it comes to the rights of US citizens.

Does the US apply only to citizens?

No, the rights of both citizens and non-citizens are protected by the US Constitution. However, there are some right specifically reserved for citizens, such as the right to a Federal job and to vote.In actuality, the Constitution doesn't apply to "citizens," nor does it even apply to "people." It applies to the government. It tells the government what it can and can't do (the body tells the government what it can do, and the Bill of Rights tells it what it can't do).Immigration rules are administrative ones, and are mandated by Congress, not the courts.While what is said above is legally true, in reality, non-citizen's rights are NOT protected by the US Constitution. The government cannot completely remove the right of aliens to keep and bear arms, have freedom of expression, etc, but it can greatly restrict those rights almost to the point where they are non-existent. This just goes to show that the interpretation of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights is really completely arbitary on the part of the government.

What does it mean to be an American citizen in view of the history of rights and the Federal Constitution of US?

The US constitution confers no rights to Americans as citizens. It does however, do so for US citizens.

Whose rights are guaranteed by the US Bill of Rights?

U.s. Citizens