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Updated Guidance on Citizenship Disability Waivers

Updated Guidance on Citizenship Disability Waivers

When a lawful permanent resident applies for citizenship in the United States, they are required to pass two tests: an English test and a U.S. history and civics test. If…

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USCIS Launches Eligible to Naturalize Dashboard

USCIS Launches Eligible to Naturalize Dashboard

September 17-23 marked Citizenship Day and Constitution Week at United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).  The agency reports that over 19,000 new citizens were sworn in during the week,…

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Naturalization and Military Members

Naturalization and Military Members

Noncitizens who have served in the U.S. military may be eligible to apply for naturalization under special provisions of the law. For many of these current or former members of…

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DACA – 10 Years Later

DACA – 10 Years Later

Ten years ago, the Department of Homeland Security announced the creation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals initiative, or DACA. This program was only a stop-gap measure to provide…

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USCIS Announces New EAD Automatic Extension Calculator

USCIS Announces New EAD Automatic Extension Calcul

On May 4, 2022, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a new rule increasing the automatic extension period for employment authorization document (EAD) renewal applications from 180 to 540…

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USCIS Increases Auto-Extension Period for EAD Cards

USCIS Increases Auto-Extension Period for EAD Card

With a new rule effective May 4, 2022, USCIS has announced that the automatic extension period for employment authorization documents (EADs) will increase from 180 to 540 days. The issuance of this…

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Asylum Cases Referred to Immigration Court Too Often

Asylum Cases Referred to Immigration Court Too Oft

In order to obtain asylum, an individual in the United States can apply affirmatively before the Asylum Office (“the AO”). The AO will interview the applicant to assess their asylum…

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Deferred Action and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

Deferred Action and Special Immigrant Juvenile Sta

On March 7, 2022, USCIS announced a new policy directed at young individuals who have been granted special immigrant juvenile status (SIJS) but are not yet eligible to apply for…

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