McClatchy Washington Bureau
82% of Dreamers Won't Benefit from House Bill's Citizenship Path
Cato Institute (blog)
However, an analysis of the Border Security and Immigration Reform Act (BSIF) shows that even under the most generous assumptions, the bill would likely initially legalize only 821,906 people, provide permanent residence (i.e. a pathway to citizenship ...
Thousands of legal immigration slots would be slashed under House plan
Vulnerable Republican briefly supported conservative immigration bill, cutting against his moderate image
Oppose the Ryan and Goodlatte Immigration Proposals
House Republicans are having a bad-faith immigration debate
The proposal provides legal status for the young unauthorized immigrants known as DREAMers and a path to citizenship for some, based on merit; it directs billions of dollars toward a southern border wall; it makes cuts to legal immigration; and it ...
Trump sells Republicans on immigration bill
Trump signals he's willing to back compromise immigration bill in closed-door meeting with Republicans
Trump throws a wrench into House GOP immigration plans as he says he'll 'make changes' to bills
The New Yorker
In America, Naturalized Citizens No Longer Have an Assumption of Permanence
The New Yorker
I decided to append a letter to my citizenship application, informing the Immigration and Naturalization Service that I was homosexual but that I disagreed with the exclusion and would be willing to discuss the matter in court. I was young, ambitious ...
Applicant for naturalization can't answer questions about estranged and uncooperative wife
A New Immigration Office Will Crack Down on 'Citizenship Cheaters'
The federal agency that processes immigration applications is planning to open a Los Angeles-based office to identify Americans accused of "cheating" their way to citizenship, the Associated Press reports. L. Francis Cissna, the director of the United ...
Scanning immigrants' old fingerprints, US threatens to strip thousands of citizenship
A task force will hunt down new Americans suspected of lying on citizenship applications
APNewsBreak: US launches bid to find citizenship cheaters