USCIS Creates New Web Page for Redesigned Naturalization Test

Do you have a pending application for U.S. citizenship?  Are you hearing ‘chatter’ about a redesigned civics test and want to know which test will apply to you?  The Immigration Service has designed a new web site that will answer all of our questions, as well as provide you with the new test.  To view the site, please go to THIS...
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USCIS Revises Filing Instructions for I-751 Application to Remove Conditions on Residency

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has revised the filing instructions for the Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (Form I-751).  Effective immediately, all petitioners filing a Form I-751 must file with the California or Vermont Service Center, depending on the state in which they reside. Petitioners who live in Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, California, Colorado,...
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Bill To Recapture Immigrant Visas Introduced in Senate

A bill (S.3414) that would recapture family-sponsored and employment-based immigrant visas lost to bureaucratic delays was introduced in the U.S. Senate.  Similar to the bill passed by the House Judiciary Subcommittee, this bill would also prevent loses of family and employment-based immigrant visas in the future.   To read the entire text of this bill, please go to THIS...
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House Moves on Immigration Reform Bills

In what could be considered a positive step for at least some immigration reform this year, the House Judiciary Subcommittee held a mark-up session today and approved three pieces of immigration-related legislation. H.R. 6020, sponsored by Representative Lofgren (D-CA), would amend the INA to allow soldiers who have served in support of contingency operations to be eligible for naturalization and...
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