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Citizenship ceremony a world-class lesson in civics for SF studentsEXCLUSIVE: From Hopeful Immigrant to FBI Informant - The Inside Story of the ...Immigration Reform in a VacuumCommunity Foundation seeks to clarify intentionsThree Myths - the Adjustment of Status ProcessHigh-Tech Immigrants Needed, but Immigrants Need Not ApplyLife in Israel: Ingrediens for a Successful AliyahNew citizens pledge allegiance at Lake Mead ceremonyUsing phony SS card not a bar to citizenshipCitizenship process not as simple as many thinkCitizenship process longer, more confusing, more costly than Americans thinkCitizenship process not as simple as many thinkCitizenship process not as simple as many thinkCitizenship process not as simple as many thinkCitizenship process not as simple as many think

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49 new Americans welcomed at Yakima ceremony
Yakima Herald-RepublicMay 2, 2012

His wife was naturalized recently, and their two young daughters were born here. Pashkovsky had a green card for most of his life, but the last time it expired, he said it didn't cost much more to just apply for citizenship.more »

Using phony SS card not a bar to citizenship
New York Daily NewsMay 18, 2012

Q. I once worked using a phony social security card. Will that keep me from getting US citizenship? When I first came to the United States, I had trouble finding work. Everywhere I went, employers asked me for a social security card.more »

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Citizenship ceremony a world-class lesson in civics for SF students
San Francisco Chronicle (blog)May 30, 2012

The naturalization oath ceremony is a combination of good old-fashioned ... Wild card in the city budget · Arts Commission seeks contracters for help with ...more »

EXCLUSIVE: From Hopeful Immigrant to FBI Informant - The Inside Story of the ...
truthoutMay 29, 2012

Hesham opened the envelope at the bar, expecting a green card. Instead it was a subpoena from a federal prosecutor, which would force him to testify--against his brother. He thought about fleeing to Norway or Poland with his wife and daughter.more »

Immigration Reform in a Vacuum
JD Supra (press release)May 28, 2012

by Kathleen Campbell Walker on 11/10/2011 In the ten years post the September 11 acts of terror against the United States (US) and the more recent economic downturn in the US, the issue of immigration reform has been basically an anathema to the public ...more »

Community Foundation seeks to clarify intentions
Napa Valley RegisterMay 27, 2012

There is an opportunity to move legal permanent residents (or green card holders), of which we have an estimated 12000 in Napa County, toward US citizenship. The same opportunity may not exist for undocumented residents, due to absent comprehensive ...more »

Three Myths - the Adjustment of Status Process
Jornal.us News Agency (blog)May 25, 2012

In reading some of the online immigration forums, we have noticed that there are a few myths on the internet about the adjustment of status, also known as the Green Card process. We hope this post helps to clear up any confusion you have about the ...more »

High-Tech Immigrants Needed, but Immigrants Need Not Apply
The Moderate VoiceMay 25, 2012

... in science and engineering, we should be handing out green cards and welcoming any potential workers or entrepreneurs in the high tech sector. We should also provide them with easier paths to citizenship so they will be more likely to remain.more »

Life in Israel: Ingrediens for a Successful Aliyah
Arutz ShevaMay 22, 2012

One US immigration lawyer told me, “coming to the US is a process: visas, Green Cards, work permits, naturalization, etc.” The immigrant to the US is given a basket of laws, rules and regulations and is on his own relative to absorption, except for the ...more »

New citizens pledge allegiance at Lake Mead ceremony
Las Vegas Review - JournalMay 19, 2012

The journey to citizenship can be a long one. Some people wait 20 years or more for a chance at a permanent resident visa, said Marie Therese Sebrechts, spokeswoman for the US Citizenship and Immigration Services. Once you have a green card, ...more »

Using phony SS card not a bar to citizenship
New York Daily NewsMay 18, 2012

Q. I once worked using a phony social security card. Will that keep me from getting US citizenship? When I first came to the United States, I had trouble finding work. Everywhere I went, employers asked me for a social security card.more »

Citizenship process not as simple as many think
Bucyrus Telegraph ForumMay 17, 2012

"People say, 'Why don't you just go get (citizenship)?' " she said. "It's very difficult, and it's not easy to get help." Her husband still doesn't feel ready to move forward. It costs $680 for the naturalization application, which green card holders ...more »

Citizenship process longer, more confusing, more costly than Americans think
Clarksville Leaf ChronicleMay 17, 2012

“People say, 'Why don't you just go get (citizenship)?' ” she said. “It's very difficult, and it's not easy to get help.” Her husband still doesn't feel ready to move forward. It costs $680 for the naturalization application, which green card holders ...more »

Citizenship process not as simple as many think
Wisconsin Rapids TribuneMay 17, 2012

"People say, 'Why don't you just go get (citizenship)?' " she said. "It's very difficult, and it's not easy to get help." Her husband still doesn't feel ready to move forward. It costs $680 for the naturalization application, which green card holders ...more »

Citizenship process not as simple as many think
Detroit Free PressMay 17, 2012

"People say, 'Why don't you just go get (citizenship)?' " she said. "It's very difficult, and it's not easy to get help." Her husband still doesn't feel ready to move forward. It costs $680 for the naturalization application, which green card holders ...more »

Citizenship process not as simple as many think
Montgomery AdvertiserMay 17, 2012

"People say, 'Why don't you just go get (citizenship)?' " she said. "It's very difficult, and it's not easy to get help." Her husband still doesn't feel ready to move forward. It costs $680 for the naturalization application, which green card holders ...more »

Citizenship process not as simple as many think
Green Bay Press GazetteMay 17, 2012

"People say, 'Why don't you just go get (citizenship)?' " she said. "It's very difficult, and it's not easy to get help." Her husband still doesn't feel ready to move forward. It costs $680 for the naturalization application, which green card holders ...more »

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