Legal Loophole Could Leave Some Foreign Born Adoptees Exposed To DeportationA recent story of man adopted from Korea as a child and later deported back to Korea has exposed a loophole in international adoptions.
In Philadelphia, US Citizens Sworn In on World Refugee DayAbbas Khalaf, a native of Iraq, had a dramatic journey to resettle in the United States, finding his way to Northampton, Pa.
Education Meets Civics: New U.S. Citizens Sworn in at Marlton Elementary SchoolThis process began about 16 years ago for the Pale family, from the Phillippines.
As Government Shutdown Ends, New Citizens Sworn In at Constitution CenterForty-seven applicants from 32 countries across the globe raised their hands and recited in unison their allegiance to a new land.
New American Citizens Sworn In at Jewish History Museum, On Independence MallForty-seven people, representing 29 countries, stood to take the oath of citizenship, renouncing allegiance to their former homelands, embracing America as their own.
Citizenship DaySeptember 17th was formerly called “I am an American Day” but in 1952 ‘Citizenship Day” became its official name. On that day those who seek citizenship are sworn in.
He Gains US Citizenship in Philadelphia on his 102nd BirthdayChat Tran immigrated to the United States from Vietnam in 1999.
Sen. Bob Casey Irate Over Ex-Pat Gazillionaires Not Paying US TaxesFacebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin renounced his US citizenship and now lives in Singapore. Interesting timing, says US Sen. Bob Casey.