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Citizenship & Immigration Information

The Executive Office for Immigration Review interprets and administers immigration laws by conducting court proceedings, appellate reviews, and administrative hearings. Information is available to locate a representative to assist in immigration proceedings, identify a free legal service provider or find out the status of a case.
 
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
 
Provides the searchable National Online Legal Services Directory for free or low-cost nonprofit immigration legal servces in all 50 states.
 
A U.S. passport is your key to international travel. When presented abroad, it is a request to foreign governments to permit you to travel or temporarily reside in their territories and access all lawful, local aid, and protection. It allows you access to U.S. Consular services and assistance while abroad. Most importantly, it allows you to re-enter the United States upon your return home.
 
Easy-to-use interactive website with videos and activities to help people with the civics portion of the naturalization test. 100 questions & answers, lesson plans for teachers, and word list are part of this project through the Smithsonian National Museum of American History and the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services.
 
 
 
This official United States visa information source answers basic questions about visas and visa policies, different types of visas, visa priority dates, gives information about visa laws and regulations and provides access to the visa application forms and processing fees.
 
For new immigrants, find a citizenship class, ESL class, volunteer opportunities and more.