I see. Unless I'm asked to provide my elementary school diploma, the ONLY thing that would give me away is my naturalization certificate.
I DO have a middle and high-school diploma here in the states, as well as my BA here in the states as well (accredited and everything...) This is a total of 9 years, more or less. Also, I don't want to be a "non-native" teacher. I am an above average native-level speaker with an American accent.
I'm worried, however, that the questions will come up when they see my naturalization papers.
What papers did you have to provide when you got hired? citizenship? birth certificate? driver's license?