List of Documents, Strange Questions, and Personal Impressions: An Immigrant's Tale of the US Naturalization Process

Blogger Elena in America, living in Detroit, shared on Instagram her personal experience filing documents for American citizenship. Here's what surprised Elena and what she advises to consider if you have a naturalization process in the United States. Questions in the application for American citizenship, ...

US authorities announced the creation of a department for deprivation of citizenship

The US Department of Justice has announced the creation of a department for deprivation of citizenship. The department will prosecute illegally acquired citizenship, Voice of America writes. The Department of Justice announced the formation of a special department on denaturation (deprivation of citizenship). As noted in the department, this ...

The court ordered the return of deported illegal immigrants to the United States and pay them compensation

A federal judge found the U.S. government to be disdainful of the law following the deportation of five young illegal immigrants who wanted to stay in the country as part of a program for homeless and abused immigrant children, AP said. US judge Nathanael Cousins ​​issued a civil order on February 15, citing ...

US citizenship through military service: what you need to know about this opportunity

Every year, thousands of foreign troops and their families become US citizens. Military One Source told how to become a US citizen, and how you can use your military service to speed up the process and save money. There are three main benefits ...

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

Naturalization - the process that immigrants go through to become citizens - was first incorporated into U.S. law with the adoption of the Naturalization Act in 1790. About this writes The Dallas Morning News. Then naturalization was open only to the “free white man." ...

Where you will be free to help prepare for US citizenship

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services regularly holds free informational meetings where you can receive training for obtaining American citizenship. The schedule of these events is posted on the service website. Classes are held for US citizens, as well as for those who only intend to obtain citizenship.…

5 Ways to Get US Citizenship Most Immigrants Don't Know About

In the vast majority of cases, the path to citizenship of the United States passes through the status of a permanent resident (holder of a green card). In other words, you must become a permanent resident before being able to naturalize as a US citizen. Therefore, to discuss the various ways to obtain US citizenship, it’s important ...

USCIS enacted a rule that would deprive hundreds of thousands of immigrants of the chance to stay in the US

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has implemented two Attorney General decisions on good morale required for immigration purposes - this greatly tightens the rules by which certain categories of immigrants can stay in the United States and avoid deportation. USCIS has announced ...

The Difficult Path to the American Dream: Immigrants are finding it increasingly difficult to obtain US citizenship

On a fall morning, Jonas Waldab arrived at the Paramount Theater in downtown Auckland, California. The landmark in the Art Deco style, built in the 1930's, resembles the golden age of Hollywood, with high ceilings and spiral staircases. Valdab, in an elegant dark suit, is dressed for a special occasion, like ...

How to prepare for the US citizenship test and interview: Immigration Advice

During a naturalization interview, a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Officer (USCIS) will ask you questions about your application and past. You will also take an exam in English and civil law. The English test consists of three components: reading, ...

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