WASHINGTON— U.S. Citizenship ... questions about the Constitution. Subtitles are available in Spanish, Chinese (traditional), Vietnamese, Korean, and Tagalog. For more information on USCIS and its programs, please visit uscis.gov or follow us on.
Instead, he solemnly asked the agents in Spanish whether he could call his wife to let her ... recent border-crossers and gang members — immigration-related arrests in the United States have gone up considerably. The Los Angeles Times found that 8.
But for patients, the big question is "Will it work for me ... spoke with his team about that and other situations that have taken place recently in the United States and explained why free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick and others have knelt during.
This ceremony is part of an annual celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. During this week, the United States will welcome ... include a civics test. Citizenship applicants are asked to answer about 10 questions off of a list of 100.
My wife wants to be a citizen but she speaks only Spanish. Can she take the naturalization test in Spanish ... I doubt the government will make him leave the United States. I’m hopeful that the Obama administration will follow through on its promise.
Then he lowered the boom on globalism, saying: Today, if we do not invest ourselves, our hearts, and our minds in our nations, if we will not build strong families, safe communities, and healthy societies for ourselves, no one can do it for us. We cannot.
citizenship in "the greatest nation on Earth." Weaving playful audience engagement with timely questions about immigration and more, this participatory performance explores how we balance security and freedom, who and what we choose to believe, and how.
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Well, Katie's question, and our answer last week, drew a lot of responses. We heard from people all over the country who've been in similar situations. Some agreed with us, some didn ... naturalized U.S. citizen, native Spanish speaker, married to a.
“I bet if we took some random people off the street and gave them the test, I bet a good number of them would not be able to pass it,” said Sanchez. “It’s manageable, though. There is a determined set of questions and a determined set of answers.