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Archived from our former blog, The Beacon.

Veterans Day Photo Project!
We observe Veterans Day on Nov. 11 to honor past and present members of the United States armed forces. Here at USCIS, we want to celebrate everyone who chose to serve...
150 Become Citizens During Two Ceremonies in New York
USCIS welcomed 100 new citizens from almost three dozen countries on Oct. 18 during a special naturalization ceremony at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New...
Despite Distance, Soldier Celebrates Naturalization with His Family
When Laura Fregoso became a U.S. citizen on Sept. 22, 2015, she knew that it was very unlikely her husband, Army Maj. Ricardo Fregoso, who is stationed 8,000 miles away...
AskUSCIS : We are here to help you!
Twitter Office Hours Second Tuesday of every month We’re always working on new and different ways to help you. One idea is Twitter office hours, a series of events we...
Prepare for your naturalization test - take our interactive Quizzes in Spanish!
The naturalization test consists of 100 civics questions. You may be asked up to 10 questions from the list of 100 questions in English during your immigration interview...
Here’s What You Missed During Our First Twitter Office Hours
On Sept. 1, we held our first Twitter Office Hours, a live question-and-answer session hosted on Twitter. Members of our customer service and public engagement teams...
USCIS Spanish Site Now Makes It Easy to Request Forms by Mail
 We have added a page in uscis.gov/es where you can order USCIS forms to be mailed to your home. This service is free. (Please note: The forms are in English.)Have...
USCIS Director Receives Public Service Award at Hispanic Gala
USCIS Director León Rodríguez has long been active in the Montgomery County, Maryland, community, both as a private citizen and as county attorney from 2007 to 2010.On...
Time Is Running Out: Join the Citizenship in Six Words Challenge
Last week, we issued a challenge to share what citizenship means to you in six words. The challenge is still open, but time is running out. You can still make your...
SAVE CaseCheck Now Easier to Use!
(By Alissar Rahi, SAVE Chief)If you are applying for public benefits and an agency needs to verify your immigration status, the SAVE Program has just made it easier to...

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