Citizenship

two legs walking at forefront in between them is a sign that says welcome to the united states of america

ICYMI: Feds Revoking Passports of Thousands of Latinx Citizens Along the U.S.-Mexico Border

The Trump administration is accusing Latinx citizens of using fake birth certificates, revoking their passports and placing them in immigration detention and deportation proceedings. 

2010 U.S. Census

Decision to Add Citizenship Question in 2020 Census Met with Swift Outcry, Lawsuit

California sues Trump administration over citizenship question, arguing that the move will scare off immigrants and result in drastic population undercount.

A Colombian immigrant studies ahead of her citizenship exam at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Queens office on May 30, 2013, in the Long Island City neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.

What a Trump Presidency Could Mean for Permanent Residents Who Aren't Citizens by Inauguration Day

Essential information for green card holders in the final weeks before Trump enters the White House.  

Five Questions to Think About During Clinton’s Remarks on Immigration

The Democratic presidential candidate will speak in Nevada this evening

How the U.S. Deported One of Its Own Citizens

And how it could happen to you.

Airport Protest Targets Dominican Republic Tourism

Tourism is a $4.5 billion industry in the Dominican Republic

Web Tool Helps Those Eligible to Apply for Citizenship

September 17 is Citizenship Day.