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USCIS Update – Non-Essential Public Services Resume
USCIS Update – Non-Essential Public Services Resume

As we get used to the new normal in the Post-COVID-19 world, many U.S. Immigration Agencies have already begun adapting to the new normal and are starting to resume operations. As of June 4, 2020, USCIS reopened some domestic offices to resume nonessential services. In a ...

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Blog posts in Citizenship

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    Barring few exceptions, there are three distinct manners in which one can become a US Citizen. If the U.S. is your birthplace, including certain ...

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    If you are a US citizen parent of a child who was born in a foreign country who resides in the US, your child may have acquired automatic US ...

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  • US Citizenship for Children Born Outside the US - Part 1

    The Child Citizenship Act of 2000 (CCA) sets forth the rules addressing application procedures for foreign born children who reside in the US to ...

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