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USCIS has released their full Fiscal Year 2019 (FY2019) performance data for all form types as a statistical table. They have divided the forms by category: Family, Employment, Humanitarian, Citizenship and Naturalization, and Other as the rows. The columns are divided by case status: Received, Approved, Denied, and Pending. These updated FY2019 statistics cover October 1,  2018 through September 2019 by quarter. Here is the link to the table, “USCIS Releases Performance Data on All Form Types for FY2019“.

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USCIS (USCIS.gov), Table (PDF):

On Friday, December 13th, USCIS updated and expanded its policy guidance (PDF) regarding unlawful acts that may prevent an applicant for naturalization to meet the Good Moral Character (GMC) requirements.

Note*: The commission of, or conviction or imprisonment for, an unlawful act, during the statutory period for naturalization, may render an applicant ineligible for naturalization should the act be found to adversely reflect on moral character.

*USCIS

USCIS has a great resource web page, “Citizenship Resource Center”! They have centralized available online information about becoming a U.S. Citizen. This web page includes citizenship preparation materials and activities and is divided in to three main section:

Learners – Prepare for U.S. Citizenship

Educators – Welcome Teachers

USCIS has a great resource web page, “Citizenship Resource Center”! They have centralized available online information about becoming a U.S. Citizen. This web page includes citizenship preparation materials and activities and is divided in to three main section:

Learners – Prepare for U.S. Citizenship

Educators – Welcome Teachers

USCIS has released their second quarter, Fiscal Year 2017 (FY2017) citizenship and naturalization data for Naturalization (Form N-400 Application) as a statistical table. This table contains data on citizenship and naturalization benefits and application processing times. They have divided the form by category: Category of Naturalization, Case Status, and USCIS Field Office. The columns are divided by case status: Applications Received, Approved, Denied and Pending. These updated FY2017 statistics (second quarter) cover January 1, 2017 through March 31, 2017. Here is the link to the Q2 table, “USCIS Military and Non-Military Naturalization Form N-400 Performance Data (Fiscal Year 2017, 2nd Qtr)“.

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– USCIS.gov, 6/8/17, Table (PDF):

USCIS has released their first quarter, Fiscal Year 2017 (FY2017) citizenship and naturalization data for Naturalization (Form N-400 Application) as a statistical table. This table contains data on citizenship and naturalization benefits and application processing times. They have divided the form by category: Category of Naturalization, Case Status, and USCIS Field Office. The columns are divided by case status: Applications Received, Approved, Denied and Pending. These updated FY2017 statistics (first quarter) cover October 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. Here is the link to the Q1 table, “USCIS Military and Non-Military Naturalization Form N-400 Performance Data (Fiscal Year 2017, 1st Qtr)“.

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– USCIS.gov, 4/4/17, Table (PDF):

USCIS has released their second quarter, Fiscal Year 2017 (FY2017) performance data for all form types as a statistical table. They have divided the forms by category: Family, Employment, Humanitarian, Citizenship and Naturalization, and Other as the rows. The columns are divided by case status: Received, Approved, Denied, and Pending. These updated FY2017 statistics (second quarter) cover January  2017 through March 2017. Here is the link to the Q2 table, “All Form Types Performance Data (Fiscal Year 2017, 2nd Qtr)“.

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– USCIS.gov, 6/8/17, Table (PDF):

USCIS has released their first quarter, Fiscal Year 2017 (FY2017) performance data for all form types as a statistical table. They have divided the forms by category: Family, Employment, Humanitarian, Citizenship and Naturalization, and Other as the rows. The columns are divided by case status: Received, Approved, Denied, and Pending. These updated FY2017 statistics (first quarter) cover October 2016 through December 2016. Here is the link to the Q1 table, “All Form Types Performance Data (Fiscal Year 2017, 1st Qtr)“.

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– USCIS.gov, 4/4/17, Table (PDF):

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day are observed on the same day each year, September 17th. This day is set aside to celebrate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in 1787 and also to observe and recognize the responsibilities of all U.S. citizens! Because the holiday follows on a Saturday, it will be observed on Friday, September 16th.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will mark this occasion by holding special naturalization ceremonies across the country starting on September 16th. Many of the ceremonies will be held using museums, historic and public libraries, government landmarks and national park sites as their backdrop. The U.S. Courts will live stream naturalization ceremonies from Ellis Island and Lincoln Memorial, “Constitution Day & Citizenship Day Coverage Live on Sept. 16”, on September 16th at 10:45 a.m. (ET). You can also follow the actives on @USCIS on Twitter and Facebook.com/USCIS.

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On August 25th, USCIS in partnership will the National Park Service will hold 16 naturalization ceremonies across the United States to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service! Nearly 450 new citizens were administered the Oath of Allegiance during these ceremonies at national parks and historic landmarks nationwide. USCIS Director León Rodríguez stated,” At USCIS, we believe that being an American means understanding and honoring our history and the places the National Park Service is charged to protect. We look forward to continuing to welcome new U.S. citizens and protecting ‘America’s Best Idea’ for the next 100 years.”

For further details please review the USCIS News Release, “USCIS Naturalizes New Citizens in celebration of National Park Service Centennial“.

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