The plaintiffs say the administration's justification for adding the question is just a pretext to use the count to discriminate.
Thai native Vilailuck Teigen passed with a perfect score.
We've been to this circus before. This one's from the summer of '89, along with a terrific Tony Auth cartoon.
While many across the world are busy planning summer vacations to visit family and loved ones, thousands of people's ability to do so has been restrained and unfairly burdened at the hands of Congress. Why? The sole explanation is because of their ancestral heritage and/or national origin.
She also dropped some knowledge about Colombian culture.
Thousands of foreign-born adoptees are at risk without citizenship.
"People shouldn't have to answer this sh*t."
I've been following the advice of the Freakonomics guys, who advise us to think like a child and ask seemingly naive questions in the pursuit of higher truths. So I asked myself, "Would something like the Homestead Act for undocumented immigrants be a good idea?"
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services held a Halloween-themed naturalization ceremony for kids. It was very cute.
Approximately 13 percent of the U.S. population is foreign-born, of which about six percent are naturalized U.S. citizens. Given the image associated with immigrants, one would assume that all Americans in the U.S., natural born or naturalized, have equal worth as citizens. This, however, is not necessarily the case.
One in five immigrants points to the costs associated with the process as the main reason they cannot finish becoming a citizen. For millions of legal immigrants, the financial costs to finish the citizenship process are just too prohibitive.
But investigators are seeking evidence related to such possible criminal offenses as visa and tax fraud, money laundering