citizenship

Children play at a school financed by U.S. pop star Madonna south of Malawi's capital Lilongwe. Madonna is seeking to adopt a second child from the southern African country. (Photo by REUTERS / Antony Njuguna)

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Because of holes in U.S. immigration laws, thousands of international adoptees might be surprised to discover they aren't citizens.

Liliana Caracoza takes the oath of citizenship at a ceremony in Tacoma in September 2014. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)

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There’s still time for Legal Permanent Residents to apply for citizenship and vote to choose our next President in November.

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The New Americans Campaign, which promotes naturalization, announced a Seattle partnership with One America and the Asian Counseling and Referral Service.

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American Samoa remains the the only place on U.S. soil where someone can be born without getting full U.S. citizenship rights.

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The new immigration reform bill is finally here—so what does it actually say? See the full infographic after the jump. Eight unlikely allies from the US...

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Turns out you don't pack much for boot camp. When I asked Belindah Mumelo if I could hang out with her while she prepared to...

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Imagine being born in a country where you can work, travel freely and even join the military, but you're not considered a citizen. That's the...

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Over 500 candidates from 80 countries were sworn in as new U.S. citizens at the 28th Annual Naturalization Ceremony at the Seattle Center.  The...

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I am an immigrant. I landed in Florida with my mother on August 11, 1996 at age 18. For six years I had to carry...