U.S. Citizenship

Promoting American Citizenship

Per the Economic Times, The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) launched a campaign urging the over 12 million Green Card holders in America to become citizens. It is indeed the first time that the immigration agency has launched a paid advertising campaign to promote American citizenship in the minds of Green Card holders. This …

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Citizenship Applicants With Disabilities

Per Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the USCIS provides accommodations or certain modifications for citizenship applicants with physical or mental impairments that make it difficult for them to complete the naturalization process. The USCIS will make reasonable accommodations for citizenship applicants with disabilities who need certain modifications to the naturalization process in …

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Ways of Getting Citizenship

The United States has a reputation of being the land of freedom and opportunity. This along with what is portrayed on television and in movies, makes it the perfect destination for those seeking a new home abroad. One can become a citizen of the U.S. by birth (jus soli) or through naturalization. You automatically become …

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The American Citizenship Process

A person can become a citizen of the United States by birth. People who were not born in America also can become citizens of the country but they need to go through the legal American citizenship process called naturalization, to obtain US citizenship. Naturalization is the way through which immigrants can become citizens of the …

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U.S. Citizenship

Can I Become a U.S. Citizen? You can become a U.S. citizen either by birth or through naturalization—the process undergone by persons not born in the United States who wish to become U.S. citizens. Immigrants who wish to undergo the naturalization process and receive U.S. citizenship must file an N-400 Application. However, individuals who wish …

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