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Month: July 2013

7,800 New Citizens Celebrated a Special Fourth of July

USCIS celebrated America’s 237th birthday by welcoming 7,800 new citizens. Between the 1st and the 5th of July, USCIS conducted more than 100 special naturalization ceremonies and granted US citizenship to more than 7,800 immigrants. All those immigrants are now US citizens and they celebrated a special Fourth of July. United States welcomes immigrants and …

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Reasons Why Immigration Reform will Pass and Why It will Not

The immigration reform bill that was recently passed by the US Senate has an uncertain future in the US House that is controlled by the Republicans. Democrats are in favor of immigration reform but there are some members in the Republican party who are against it. They do not want to legalize the undocumented immigrants …

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US Citizens can File Form I-130 for their Same Sex Partners

The Supreme Court recently overturned the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) stating that it is unconstitutional. Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, stated that she has directed the USCIS to review and accept family based applications filed by the US citizens and permanent residents, on behalf of their same sex foreign partners. USCIS will consider …

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Immigration Reform and DOMA

On 26th June, the Supreme court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act that prevented US citizens from sponsoring their same sex partners for US Green Cards. Senator Patrick Leahy was in favor of same sex marriages and he wanted to include protections for same sex couples in the immigration reform bill. Just because the …

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