We call ourselves "Dreamers" for a reason. None of us have ever stopped dreaming.
Immigrants must be included in every effort to bolster worker protections, access to health care and our economic recovery.
Latino voters are paying attention and know that Democrats hold the keys to the White House, the House and the Senate.
An investigation by the Office of Inspector General found that Ross misrepresented the reasoning for the question during two appearances in front of House committees.
As part of the $9.6 billion European-citizenship-for-investment scheme, 770 foreigners were incorrectly granted citizenship in Cyprus.
Cafeteria manager Yanet Lopez was widely celebrated by students and staff at Prairie Vale Elementary School in Edmond, Oklahoma, on Tuesday for passing her U.S. citizenship test.
The poll found that 43 percent said undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. should be allowed to stay and become citizens if they meet certain requirements. Nineteen percent said they should be allowed to become legal residents but not citizens.
The bill would require students to pass the civics portion of the U.S. naturalization test in order to graduate in the 2022-23 school year.
Citizenship is about much more than legal status or a passport. It is a source of identity, legitimacy and belonging.
Through their hard work and dedication, undocumented farmworkers have already proven themselves worthy of citizenship.
"The answer seems to be either 'I don't care' or 'I'm mad at the government," a North Dakota Census office manager said of many Americans' refusal.
The plain meaning of the 14th Amendment's Citizenship Clause establishes that Kamala Harris is a "natural born citizen."
Some readers saw the essay's constitutional analysis as an attempt to ignite a racist conspiracy theory around Kamala Harris. That could not be further from the truth.
There are significant questions surrounding Kamala Harris' constitutional eligibility for the second-highest office in the land.
"The rumored order would be another grave error," said Omar Jadwat, the director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Immigrants' Rights Project.
In 2019, a total of 2,072 U.S. citizens renounced their citizenship, but in the first six months of 2020, over 5,800 U.S. citizens have done the same—a nearly 180 percent increase.
"Look at the climate in the U.S. with politics, Black Lives Matter movement — all of these different things...makes people wonder, 'O.K., why am I still tied back to the U.S. if I really have nothing connected?'" Nicole Caba, an expat, said.
Until now, American Samoas were deemed "non-citizen nationals," and therefore denied the right to vote, run for office, work in certain jobs, sponsor family members for immigration and get federal aid for school.
Helmut Oberlander may be deported back to Germany after lying to obtain his Canadian citizenship after spending World War II working as a translator for a Nazi killing squad in Russia and Ukraine.
"I do not think you need an amendment to the Constitution. I think the question is do you need congressional action or can the executive act on their own," Ken Cuccinelli said during a breakfast event hosted by Christian Science Monitor.
Katherine Kallinis Berman, co-owner of Georgetown Cupcake, swore the oath of citizenship this week, and celebrated with her signature desert.
McCarthy, an Arizona businessman, hopes to win the Senate seat formerly occupied by Sen. John McCain in the first general election since the longtime senator's death in 2018.
The new policy is effective October 29, 2019.
The woman, who came to the U.S. from Armenia 17 years ago, says she was determined to complete the naturalization process because she was worried about President Trump's immigration policies.
Despite the president's desire to eliminate the law via executive order, Constitutional scholars have said Trump doing so will be a violation of the U.S. Constitution and the 14th Amendment.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency has said the closures will help cut costs and clear its backlog.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi ripped President Donald Trump and his administration's fight to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, despite the Supreme Court already blocking such an attempt.
"You want to think that it's possible, but these are big dreams. It just confirms that if you do your part, the country will do their part as well," Judge Marmolejo said.
The freshman lawmaker's suggestion that the leader of the Executive Branch defy a ruling by the Judicial Branch's top court would require Trump to take action that's prohibited by the U.S. Constitution.