White House Announces Initiatives for Streamlining Legal Immigration
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Category: Immigration

The White House recently announced and reiterated their initiatives for streamlining the process for legal immigration and assisting those who wish to immigrate to America.


The U.S. Administration has been vocal in its efforts to promote legal citizenship and to encourage newcomers to fully integrate to their new communities. Recognizing the past contributions of those immigrants that have come to America, the U.S. Administration is eager to promote programs that will assist immigrants in becoming citizens legally and to provide programs that will further advance the unique and important skills of immigrants, which have been a vital part of the economic engine of America.


One of the tools that was recently launched by the U.S. Administration is the Citizen Resource Center. The Citizen Resource Center is run by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which is a government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the U.S. The USCIS’s mission is secure America’s promise as a nation of immigrants by providing accurate and useful information. Thus, this newly launched website is a resource aimed at providing a central location with information and tools regarding the naturalization process and that promotes awareness and understanding of citizenship.


The Keyser Law Firm is committed to assisting individuals and families in navigating the immigration and naturalization process. Without an experienced advocate, the process can be daunting and confusing to understand. Contact us today so we discuss how we can assist you with immigration issues in Minnesota.

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