In the 1800’s, a lot of Americans believed that America is only for Americans. Given the four choices, people would have chosen B. This is because they would like to exclude anyone who is not American from entering their country. This is something that is slowly being integrated into the system again.
In the 1900’s, Americans were starting to open up more to the immigrants but they were still very hostile towards them. Over the past years, people from other countries were able to immigrate and settle down in America but will this change again in the coming years? Only time will tell what the next situations are going to be.
Applying for a US Passport is rather easy to do for a United States citizen. You can find the paperwork you need online, usually through a website run by the government. You print it out, fill it out, and then mail it in or take it to the post office. Once you’ve done that, you get a picture taken at the post office (so it’s probably better to take it in), and you have to wait about five weeks before you actually get your passport.
However, once you have waited and your passport arrives, you can use it immediately and you don’t have to worry about renewing it for five years. A passport, in this case, can be used as ID as long as it’s not expired, and some places may take a recently expired passport as a form of ID (IE, it expired within, say, the last month).