Immigration’s new Naturalization Self Test for U.S. citizenship preparation is so good we hope that native-born Americans check it out! Designed by the Smithsonian to learn and self test U.S. history and civics, it is unlike any of the other, typical, USCIS bureaucracy-feel webpages.
Archives for May 2012
For certain green card holders with criminal convictions, deportation relief that previously was wrongly withheld is now available, as intended by Congress. On May 2, 2012 the Matter of E.W. Rodriguez decision by the immigration appeals court ruled that persons who became permanent residents through “adjustment” (meaning “fixing” ones papers in the U.S.) are eligible for a certain waiver. This is true whether the person initially entered the U.S. lawfully or not.