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Benefits of U.S. Citizenship: Why Naturalization Matters

While many noncitizens dream of one day obtaining U.S. citizenship, others may be unsure whether citizenship is the right move. However, for those with the option, the benefits of becoming a U.S. citizen usually outweigh the harms. Those benefits include legal rights and protections and eligibility for government programs and benefits, among many others. Whether […]

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What Happens If Naturalization Is Denied?

For many immigrants, U.S. citizenship is the final step in a journey many years in the making. But sometimes, your application for naturalization is denied, leaving you unsure what happens next. Generally, you remain a lawful permanent resident (LPR) and may reapply to naturalize. Having your application for naturalization denied is rarely disastrous. If you

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Navigating the Naturalization Interview: Tips and Advice

Becoming a U.S. citizen remains the dream of many immigrants who have made a home here. But, the naturalization interview inspires anxiety in many potential citizens. Throughout this article, we offer naturalization interview tips to help you prepare for and hopefully ace your interview. Preparation is key to a successful naturalization interview. As you prepare,

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U.S. Extends Temporary Protected Status for Ethiopia Amid Ongoing Crisis

Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas has declared an extension and redesignation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Ethiopia, lasting 18 months from June 13, 2024, to December 12, 2025. This decision stems from the persisting armed conflict and challenging conditions within Ethiopia, rendering it unsafe for individuals to return. The announcement, outlined in

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