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Disability Waivers For English and Civics Requirements for Citizenship

Disability Waivers For English and Civics Requirem

To become a U.S. citizen, most naturalization applicants must pass an English test, demonstrating they can read, write, speak and understand English, as well as pass a civics test containing…

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The Biden/Harris Comprehensive Immigration Bill

The Biden/Harris Comprehensive Immigration Bill

On Wednesday, January 20, 2021, the Biden Administration sent a bill to Congress that would modernize and reform the immigration system.  While this bill will undergo significant changes before it…

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Revocation of Plan to Exclude Noncitizens from the Census Count

Revocation of Plan to Exclude Noncitizens from the

President Biden’s January 20, 2021 Executive Order on Ensuring a Lawful and Accurate Enumeration and Apportionment Pursuant to the Decennial Census revokes Trump's plan to exclude non-citizens from the census…

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Celebrating the End of Citizenship Week 2020

Celebrating the End of Citizenship Week 2020

September 17th was this year’s annual “Citizenship Day,” when we celebrate the day on which our Founding Fathers signed the Constitution on September 17, 1787, and a day to recognize…

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Department of Justice Creates “Denaturalization Section” to Strip Naturalized Immigrants of Citizenship

Department of Justice Creates “Denaturalization

On February 26, the DOJ announced the creation of an official section focused on taking away citizenship from naturalized citizens who allegedly obtained citizenship illegally. Previous administrations had only focused…

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Visa Processing Update!

Visa Processing Update!

Whether applying for an immigrant (permanent) or nonimmigrant (temporary) visa, an applicant must follow all steps and provide all requested information in order to be processed.  Starting on May 31,…

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MARIJUANA FOR NON-CITIZENS: IT IS NOT WORTH THE RISK

MARIJUANA FOR NON-CITIZENS: IT IS NOT WORTH THE RI

Under federal law, it has long been illegal to possess, purchase, sell, or use marijuana. Over the past 6 years, 33 states and the District of Columbia have legalized medicinal…

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As More Immigrants Apply for Citizenship, The Trump Administration Builds Invisible Wall as Record Backlogs Build at USCIS

As More Immigrants Apply for Citizenship, The Trum

In 2017, more than 925,000 people applied for citizenship in the United States. At the end of 2017, there was a backlog of 729,400 N-400 applications pending. This represents a…

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