These articles discuss Citizenship and Naturalization topics such as Naturalization Exams, Passports and Certificates of Citizenship, and Acquired and Derivative Citizenship.
USCIS Reopens (Some) Offices
Interviews and naturalization ceremonies are back on the calendar, with new guidelines in place for COVID-19.
Immigration Suspended Temporarily
Most immigration to the US has been temporarily suspended as part of COVID-19 containment efforts.
How is COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Affecting Immigration?
All across the country, lives have been upended by the spread of COVID-19. Immigrants are no exception. As immigration lawyers, we’re doing our best to stay on top of developments to make sure our clients are taken care of. Is USCIS still doing interviews? As of March 18, USCIS has cancelled all routine in-person services…. Read More…
Don’t Fall for Notario Fraud
Not everyone can help you with immigration. Make sure you're getting good advice from someone who's qualified.
The MAVNI Memo
Details from the MAVNI memo and how personnel might be affected.
MAVNI in Limbo
Thousands of MAVNI contracts might be in danger of cancellation.
What is MAVNI?
An overview of the military’s expedited citizenship program.
The Diversity Lottery
An overview of the diversity lottery and eligibility requirements.
The “Public Charge” Ground of Inadmissibility
Immigration and consular officers look at a variety of factors in determining whether an immigrant will be deemed a public charge.
Some Common Grounds of Inadmissibility
If an immigrant who is seeking to be admitted does not meet the government’s criteria, he is deemed “inadmissible.”