USCIS Expands Efforts to Highlight Citizenship and Immigrant Integration
Initiatives Aim to Support Aspiring Citizens and Improve Customer Service
On September 17, 2015, USCIS (www.uscis.gov) announced an update on how they will promote and increase access to naturalization for eligible lawful permanent residents (LPRs). Green card holders who meet all eligibility requirements may apply for citizenship after five years, or after three years if they are married to a U.S. citizen. Along with a new series of print ads in Korean, Spanish and Tagalog, and widgets for web and social media sites in English and Spanish, USCIS will accept credit card payments for the naturalization application (N-400) and biometrics fee. Previously, these could only be paid by check or money order.
Contact Denver immigration attorney Pascal Schunk at the Schunk Law Firm P.C. today at firstname.lastname@example.org/ 303-256-6385 / www.schunklaw.com to determine your eligibility. The Schunk Law Firm PC has assisted individuals, families, employees, corporations, and companies with all of their US immigration needs in Denver, Colorado, throughout the U.S. and globally since 2002.
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