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‘I never left anybody’ — Fighting for veterans left behind by the country they served
Veterans mustered resources to swiftly bring home stranded Afghan allies and are working together to do the same for deported U.S. veterans.
War after the war: The long fight to bring our unsung heroes home
Only time will tell if we will make good on those promises.
Pledging allegiance from Iraqi interpreter to US soldier to American citizen
"I didn't have a normal and safe childhood ... I did this so my kids could live, and be safe"
Meet the refugee who escaped civil war and became an American soldier
At 20 years old, Army Spc. Poe Hsee understands selfless service more than others. Born into the ethnic Karen minority in Burma (Myanmar), Hsee fled to Thailand before moving to the United States when he was 8. He knew nothing about the culture or how to speak much English, but today he’s on his way to achieving U.S. citizenship while stationed with the Oregon Army National Guard in Kosovo.
Deployed soldier becomes US citizen
U.S. Army Spc. Daniel Rivera Romero, a CH-47 helicopter repairer currently deployed with Bravo Company, 628th Aviation Support Battalion, 28th Expeditionary Combat Aviation Brigade, gained U.S. citizenship during a naturalization ceremony here, Aug. 25, 2020.
Senators push to reverse USCIS policy impacting citizenship for some children of troops overseas
Sens. Tammy Duckworth and Johnny Isakson are announcing a bill that aims to reverse the decision made by USCIS earlier this year, impacting the path to citizenship for some children of service members overseas
USCIS is reducing when and where naturalization services are available to US troops around the world
U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services will now provide naturalization services to U.S. military members at just four "hubs" one week each quarter as part of its ongoing push to close down offices around the world and "streamline and make immigration processing more efficient," the agency announced Monday
‘Chicago is my home’ — Army vet deported to Mexico returns to the US to fight for citizenship
Army veteran Miguel Perez Jr. was allowed temporary travel to the U.S. for an immigration hearing, to decide if he can obtain citizenship after being deported in 2018 over nonviolent drug charges
USCIS officials clarify how military families might be affected by the agency’s new citizenship policy
Lets break it down
The Trump administration’s new citizenship policy will only affect 25 military children a year, officials say
Following the disastrous rollout of a policy this week that delineates U.S. residency requirements for the purpose of U.S. citizenship as it applies to children born abroad, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Thursday sought to clarify the changes
Some children of US troops born overseas will no longer get automatic American citizenship, Trump administration says
Children born to U.S. service members and government employees overseas will no longer be automatically considered citizens of the United States, according to policy alert issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on Wednesday.
‘Now I can really breathe:’ Iraqi interpreter finally becomes an American citizen
"I want to be here," he said. "I want to live here. Die here."
A CBP officer was caught lying about how he was actually a Mexican citizen
A former customs officer in Douglas was sentenced last week to one year of probation and fined $1,000 for lying about being a U.S. citizen
She Joined The Army To Serve Her Adoptive Country. Now She’s Fighting For Citizenship
Yea Ji Sea joined the U.S. Army more than four years ago hoping to serve her new country and, in...
A US Veteran Says, ‘That’s It, I’m Giving Up On The United States’
Editor’s note: The Long March will be closed for inventory the month of August. We regret any inconvenience this causes...
Meet 19 Of America’s Newest Marines — And Naturalized US Citizens
For 19 young men and women, earning the title United States Marine was just one of their crowning achievements this...