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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

NATURALIZATION PROCESS IMPROVING

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I usually devote a lot of blog space to complaining about problems in the immigration system. Naturalization is one area, however, where most of my colleagues would agree things have gotten a lot better. Processing times are the most obvious metric where this is being shown. A few years back, waits of two to three years were not unusual. Today, waits are down to just a few months, a shorter wait than perhaps at any time in my two decade career. The Miami Herald reports on how things are better in that city's USCIS office.

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  1. John Lamb's Avatar
    A friend told me this uplifting anecdote about the Miami office and the naturalization process: http://www.hispanicnashville.com/2009/10/feel-good-friday-song-of-us-citizenship.html
  2. LFWF's Avatar
    Nice. Hopefully, sometime before I retire, I will get to find out just how efficient (or not) naturalization really is!

    This used to be a joke, sadly it is closer to reality now. Worse, it has everything to do with my country of birth. Many like me, just born elsewhere, will see the green without any sweat whatsoever. So much for the "All men are created equal" baloney.
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