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Transcend Consultants has disclosed that Sponsored parentsâ€™ immigration program is the next program to have measures introduced to limit the inventory of applications in the system.
Repeal of birthright citizenship for the U.S.-born children of unauthorized immigrants would expand the nation's unauthorized population by at least 5 million over the next decade, according to a new report from the Migration Policy Institute.
All Citizenship Applicants to take the New Test Beginning Oct. 1 WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is reminding the public that beginning Oct.
A baby born to a Ugandan woman while on an international flight over Canada is the first airborne newborn ever granted Canadian citizenship, officials say. The 6-pound baby, named Sasha, was delivered while aboard a Northwest Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Boston on New Year's Eve, the Ottawa Citizen reported Wednesday.
Bureaucratic mistakes that made a dual-citizenship Swedish citizen a Canadian will cost the Swedish government $130, a government chancellor ruled. The Local reported the unidentified woman had a Canadian father and Swedish mother, and was born in Sweden a dual citizen in 1984. In 1992, her father applied for a Canadian passport for his daughter, and documents were filed with the Swedish consulate in Vancouver as part of the process, the report said. Somehow, Swedish tax authorities used the...
The number of Mexicans becoming U.S. citizens increased by 50 percent last year while the total number of naturalized citizens fell, U.S. officials said. The number of Mexicans who became citizens rose to 122,000 in 2007 -- up from 83,000 in 2006, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Canadian-born ice dancer Tanith Belbin, the world silver medallist with partner Ben Agosto, said she was overwhelmed at becoming a U.S. citizen. After being sworn in on Saturday at the U.S.
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