SEATTLE — Boundless Immigration, a technology company that helps immigrants navigate the green card and naturalization process, today released a new report, The State of New American Citizenship. Based on a rigorous and novel analysis of data from the U.S…. View Article
The U.S. Department of State released its Visa Bulletin for February 2019. That’s a big deal if you’re waiting for your priority date to be current so that your green card application can move forward.If you don’t know what a… View Article
This report uses public data to identify the best cities and USCIS offices for naturalization, based on a weighted average of three barriers to citizenship.
The U.S. Department of State released its Visa Bulletin for January 2019. That’s a big deal if you’re waiting for your priority date to be current so that your green card application can move forward.If you don’t know what a… View Article
At the same time that most people apply for a family-sponsored green card from within the United States, they will also apply for a work permit (Form I-765) and travel permit (Form I-131). In recent years, it has taken U.S…. View Article
In 2015, Business Insider compiled their list of The 50 Best Suburbs in America, calculated from publicly available data including unemployment, crime, average commute time, median income, level of higher education, and housing affordability. But which of those top 50… View Article
Among U.S. cities with more than 200,000 residents, New York City has the greatest population of immigrants, with nearly 3 million foreign-born residents, accounting for 35.7 percent of a total population of 8.4 million, according to U.S. Census figures published… View Article
It’s time for the Office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman’s 2017 Annual Report to Congress! We read the whole report so you can enjoy this blog-length summary instead…Wait, What’s an Ombudsman?An ombudsman serves as an independent advocate for… View Article
According to a 2017 report by the Brookings Institution, about 8 percent of K-12 teachers in the U.S. are immigrants.