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USCIS enhances filing process for select Naturalization and Citizenship forms
October 25, 2011
USCIS has informed that it is enhancing the filing process for select Naturalization and Citizenship (N-forms) forms. Beginning October 30, 2011, the new process will allow individuals to file certain N-Forms at a secure Lockbox facility instead of USCIS local offices. USCIS will centralize intake of Forms N-336, N-600 and N-600K at the Phoenix Lockbox facility. The Dallas Lockbox facility will handle the Form N-300. Forms received by local USCIS offices during a transition period between October 30 and December 2, 2011, will be forwarded to the USCIS Lockbox facility for processing. Forms received at local USCIS offices after December 2, 2011, will no longer be forwarded but will be returned to the individual with instructions on how to re-file at a designated USCIS Lockbox facility.
USCIS to host military naturalization ceremony in Seoul
January 17, 2005
Approximately 31 activeduty service members will take the Oath of Allegiance and become the newest U.S. citizens during a special overseas military naturalization ceremony on January 13, 2005, in Seoul, South Korea, at Yongson Military Base.
Qunatico hosts AllMilitary Naturalization Ceremony
November 8, 2004
Thirtynine activeduty service members representing all five branches of the U.S. military became citizens during a special military naturalization ceremony held on Marine Corps Base Quantico.
USCIS fact sheet on Child Citizenship Act of 2000
November 1, 2004
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has released a fact sheet on the Child Citizenship Act of 2000. The fact sheet contains answers to frequently asked questions relating to acquisition of citizenship by certain foreignborn children.
20 new citizens from 13 countries take oath of Citizenship
October 19, 2004
USCIS Director administered the Oath of Allegiance to 20 new U.S. citizens, from 13 countries around the world, in an openair ceremony on Angel Island in San Francisco Bay.
USCIS hosts military naturalization in Tokyo
October 19, 2004
Approximately 20 activeduty service members took the Oath of Allegiance and became the newest U.S. citizens during a special overseas military naturalization ceremony on October 18, 2004 at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Japan.
USCIS hosts military naturalization in Korea
October 16, 2004
Approximately 20 activeduty service members took the Oath of Allegiance and became the newest U.S. citizens during a special overseas military naturalization ceremony on October 14, 2004 in Seoul, South Korea.
First US Military Naturalization ceremony overseas
October 7, 2004
28 activeduty service members took the Oath of Allegiance and became the newest U.S. citizens during a special overseas military naturalization ceremony on the Vogelweh Airbase in Kaiserslautern, Germany.
USCIS Fact sheet on Military Naturalizations
October 2, 2004
Members of certain branches of U.S. Armed Forces may apply for citizenship under special provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
USCIS to welcome more than 28000 Citizens
September 15, 2004
More than 28,000 men, women and children from throughout the United States will raise their right hands and become America’s newest citizens during special Citizenship Day ceremonies.


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