If you filed for US Citizenship through naturalization, and it has been over 4 months since your interview with no response, then you have recourse. US Congress has enacted laws that enable applicants for US Citizenship through Naturalization who have been waiting 4 months or more to take action in federal court and request a judge to force USCIS to make a decision on long-pending US citizenship cases. We discuss how to get a decision on your US Citizenship case here.
On October 7, 2022, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published updated guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual as a result of a settlement agreement in Calixto to v. Department of the Army, Civ. A. No. 18-1551 (PLF) (D.D.C.), known as the Calixto Agreement. Effective Sept. 22, 2022, the U.S. Army agreed to certify Form N-426, Request for Certification of Military or Naval Service, for Calixto class members.
Over the past several years, admission to the United States has become increasingly difficult. There are a few different avenues that can be used to obtain proof of US Citizenship. Find out which one is right for you before you begin the process.
Arrive US Immigration Law Podcast – Episode 18 – In the most recent episode of the Arrive Podcast, we discuss questions surrounding U.S. citizenship for those born outside the United States. You can watch the episode here on YouTube or listen wherever you find your favorite podcasts.
In the most recent episode of the Arrive Podcast, we explore the naturalization interview – If you are a U.S. permanent resident, and meet the minimum requirements, you can file for U.S. citizenship through naturalization. In this episode, we discuss the naturalization interview.