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Becoming a U. S. Citizen by
Publication Date: 2006-11-13
Covering the topics that most immigration guides don't, this book is the most complete resource available today.
United States Laws of Citizenship by
Publication Date: 2013-09-30
Students in grades 4 through 6 can learn about the history of immigration in the U.S. and the path to citizenship. Recent changes in immigration law and current congressional discussions on border security, legal immigration, and the path to becoming a naturalized citizen make this series particularly timely.
Immigration Law and Procedure by
Publication Date: 2010-10-15
This compact, comprehensive title offers an expert overview of the history, constitutional authority, statutory provisions, regulations, structure, procedure, administrative process, and ethical principles of immigration law and practice.
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Naturalization, Immigration and Citizenship by
Publication Date: 2014-01-01
Naturalization is the process that grants U.S. citizenship to lawful permanent residents (LPRs) who fulfill requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). In general, U.S. immigration policy gives all LPRs the opportunity to naturalize, and doing so is a voluntary act. The pool of people who are eligible to immigrate to the United States as legal permanent residents (LPRs) each year typically exceeds the worldwide level set by the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). In an effort to process the demand for LPR visas fairly and in the national interest, LPR admissions are subject to a complex set of numerical limits and preference categories that give priority for admission on the basis of family relationships, needed skills, and geographic diversity. This book discusses United States naturalization policies, and processes involved in immigrating and becoming a United States citizen.
Pass the U. S. Citizenship Exam by
Publication Date: 1999-01-01
This new translation is designed to help native Spanish speakers pass the U.S. Citizenship exam. It offers key information on the citizenship process in Spanish, as well as easy-to-read English. Candidates gain the confidence they need to pass the exam the first time by practicing the skills necessary to master the dictation, written, and oral sections of the exam.
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