10 steps to naturalization: how to become a US citizen

US citizenship gives rights and privileges. These include the right to vote, the ability to travel with a US passport and bring relatives to the United States, grant citizenship to their overseas child, and receive government benefits, writes the Miami Herald. Since consideration of applications for obtaining ...

Error, theft, loss: how to restore or replace a certificate of naturalization

Proof of US Citizenship is proof of your status and can serve as vital proof of certain benefits only available to American citizens. If you have lost your certificate or life circumstances have led to a change in your biographical data, the certificate can be restored or replaced, writes ...

USCIS hosts naturalization ceremonies nationwide on Independence Day

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) prioritizes naturalization ceremonies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the agency's official website says. “US Citizenship and Immigration Services celebrates the Declaration of Independence and the birth of our great country by organizing naturalization ceremonies in the United States with ...

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

Blogger Elena in America, who lives in Detroit, shared on her Instagram personal experience of applying for American citizenship. Here are what surprised Elena and what she advises to consider if you are facing the 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 announced the creation of a revocation office. The department will deal with the prosecution of persons who obtained citizenship by illegal means, writes “Voice of America”. The Department of Justice announced the formation of a special unit for denaturalization (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 ruled that the US government's actions were a disregard for the law after the deportation of five young illegal immigrants who wanted to stay in the country as part of a program for street and abused immigrant children, AP reported. 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

Each year, thousands of foreign military personnel and their families become US citizens. Military One Source explains 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 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." ...

Where you will be free to help prepare for US citizenship

The US Citizenship and Immigration Service regularly holds free informational meetings where you can get prepared 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 United States citizenship passes through the status of a permanent resident (green card holder). In other words, you must become a permanent resident before you can naturalize as a US citizen. Therefore, in order to discuss the different ways of obtaining US citizenship, it is important ...

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