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 ...

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 apply for the N-400 Application for Naturalization, also known as an application for citizenship ...

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 ...

Becoming a US citizen is more profitable than renewing a green card: how much does it cost

One of the common reasons permanent residents don't apply for US citizenship is cost. Now the filing of Form N-400 "Application for Naturalization" will cost $ 725. That's a lot of money, but it's cheaper than being a permanent resident. And the cost of citizenship ...

The downside of maternity tourism: why US citizenship is a burden for 'casual' Americans

Many girls from post-Soviet countries go to the United States to have a child there, because a baby born in the States automatically receives American citizenship. Moms think that a US passport is the best birthday present, but often it is a "disservice" and not ...

Trump may revoke US citizenship by birth before leaving office

According to two people familiar with the discussions, the Trump administration has resumed discussions about taking executive action to revoke citizenship by birth, writes The Hill. During his presidency, US President Donald Trump spoke about the possibility of terminating citizenship ...

Trump administration will make it harder for immigrants to acquire US citizenship

The Donald Trump administration plans to complicate the process that immigrants must go through to become US citizens, according to a draft memo received by CNN. In particular, the naturalization test can be made longer. This step will be the last in a series of actions aimed at ...

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