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CDC Updates Certain Technical Instructions for I-693 Medical Exam
Posted on 14 Dec 2016 by Daniel M. Kowalski

USCIS E-Mail to Civil Surgeons, Dec. 14, 2016: "Dear Civil Surgeon, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), has informed U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS... Read More

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In Push for Naturalization, USCIS Offers Exam Flash Cards in Spanish
Posted on 24 Apr 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

" USCIS is now offering Civics Flash Cards in Spanish on the Citizenship Resource Center . The Civics Flash Cards will help you learn about U.S. history and government while preparing for the naturalization test. The 100 civics (history and... Read More

Does the U.S. Naturalization Exam Pick Winners at Random?
Posted on 12 Mar 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"The fate of nearly half a million immigrants hoping for U.S. citizenship may have been determined randomly, at least in part, according to a new study by a Michigan State University researcher who found the high-stakes civics test isn't... Read More

How I Passed My U.S. Citizenship Test: By Keeping the Right Answers to Myself
Posted on 16 Dec 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"Last month, I became an American citizen, a tremendous honor and no easy accomplishment, even for a Canadian. After living here for 12 years, I thought I knew everything. Then I learned how we mint Americans . After years of steep filing fees and... Read More

Citizenship test pass rate over 95%
Posted on 6 Jan 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"Just over two years ago, USCIS implemented a new test for naturalization applicants. As a final step in the test redesign process, we looked into how applicants performed on this new test. A recently completed study (conducted by ICF International... Read More

Obama Pardons Hawaii Woman in Immigration Case
Posted on 2 Mar 2013 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"One of the 17 individuals pardoned by President Barack Obama today was An Na Peng of Hawaii who was indicted by a grand jury in 1966 for allegedly providing answers to immigrants seeking naturalization. Peng was employed by a testing facility and... Read More