A person may become a U.S. citizen (1) by birth or (2) through naturalization.
Last updated on March 14, 2012 by National Partnership for New Americans
The sixth annual National Immigrant Integration Conference - hosted in sunny Miami in November 2013 - was a huge success! Whether you joined us or not, you can relive or catch up on some of the dynamic conversations and strategic sessions that took place, plus see video and pictures, listen to audio of key plenaries, and witness lively discussions on social media, by checking out our NIIC website, Facebook Twitter, or a day-by-day Storify.
The Partnership has deep reach into diverse immigrant communities in eleven states across the country. Check out our interactive map to see where Partners are located and what they’re working on.
Rahm Emmanuel and Luis V. Gutierrez, Priced Out of Citizenship, The New York Times, April 3, 2013
Richard Jones, Cost of Citizenship Lays Heavy Financial Burden on Green Card Holders,
El Hispanic News, March 7, 2013
Manuel Pastor, Nurturing Naturalization, Huffington Post, February 28, 2013
Pat Schneider, Studies Say Cost, Language are Obstacles to Citizenship for ‘Green Card’ Holders, The Capital Times, February 16, 2013
Lornet Turnbull, High fees may block path to U.S. citizenship, The Seattle Times, February 14, 2013