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Saturday, August 31, 2019

New Citizenship Policy to Affect Roughly 25 Military Children Per Year, Officials Say

Following the disastrous rollout of a policy this week that delineates U.S. residency requirements for the purpose of U.S. citizenship as it applies to children born abroad, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Thursday sought to clarify the changes, saying in a conference call with reporters that its data indicate the measure would have affected only "20 to 25 children a year."

The policy, issued Wednesday, spells out what the department deems residency in terms of U.S. citizenship considerations of offspring born overseas.

Under the policy, which goes into effect Oct. 29, 2019, children born abroad to U.S. citizens who meet the following conditions "are not considered to be residing in the U.S. for acquisition of citizenship" and must file an application for citizenship:



Anonymous said...

So why have they not become americans by law. if they can fight for us then become a part of us. I hate it when I hear that people have been here for 20 some years and never learned our way of and just want us to change for they. (map)

Anonymous said...

So what's the big deal about filling out a few forms? The Dems have to turn it into a racial crisis of unprecedented magnitude and a threat to the very democracy on which this nation was founded. Gimme a f***ing break.