Four ways to get US citizenship

In order to become a US citizen, you must go through the naturalization process. If you have a green card, you fill out a special form and go to the local immigration office with a fingerprint card and photographs. Then you go through an interview, where you confirm your knowledge of English, and take an exam ...

Obtaining US citizenship: answers to the main questions

Are you thinking about applying for citizenship but still have questions? CitizenPath provides answers to seven basic questions asked by people preparing to file an N-400 Application for Naturalization, known as the US Citizenship Application. By…

Wealthy Americans Massively Renounce US Citizenship

According to new data compiled by Axios, an increasing number of the richest citizens in the United States have been reluctant to be American for some time now. Business Insider writes about it. In 2020, according to the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS), 6707 Americans renounced their citizenship - this is ...

US Citizenship: All Changes Introduced by Biden Since the Presidency

The administration of US President Joe Biden and Vice President Canals Harris is committed to making the naturalization process enjoyable and accessible to all who are eligible. Since Biden took office, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued a series of regulations to support ...

How many immigrants are denied naturalization every year: data for 10 years

Naturalization is the process that immigrants go through to become citizens. It was first incorporated into US law with the passage of the Naturalization Act in 1790. Writes about this The Dallas Morning News. Then naturalization was open only to the "free white man." ...

The United States expanded the right to citizenship for those born abroad: who will be affected

The State Department will now grant US citizenship to children born abroad of same-sex and heterosexual American couples through in vitro fertilization, surrogacy and other assisted reproductive technologies, the agency said on May 18, notifying all US posts abroad and Congress of the historic ...

Why do Americans living in other countries want to renounce US citizenship

Tax season puts a strain on tax fillers every year, and for Americans overseas, the burden is even greater, CNBC writes. The US Department of State estimates that about 9 million US citizens live abroad. According to a survey conducted by Greenback Expat Tax ...

Biden and immigration: what important decisions did the president make in a month and a half of work

The first month and a half of the Joe Biden administration was devoted to the pandemic and immigration. The 46th President has signed numerous immigration decrees and has prepared several important bills in this area. ForumDaily asked immigration lawyer Ekaterina Muratova to take stock of Biden's immigration decisions at the moment ...

Updated test for US citizenship: all questions and answers in Russian

Those who have applied for US citizenship on December 1, 2020 will need to take an updated naturalization test. USCIS reviews the test every 10 years to ensure it remains a tool that comprehensively assesses knowledge ...

US citizenship: how long do immigrants wait for naturalization

Naturalization is the legal process that immigrants go through to become US citizens. It was first incorporated into US law in 1790, and since then, every immigrant eligible for citizenship has gone through the appropriate procedure. US citizenship gives the right ...

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