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November 2018 Archives

Federal judge rules against President Trump's asylum ban

People in Washington, D.C. and across the country have been watching the news of the caravan of immigrants approaching the southern border of the United States. While there are different points of view regarding the caravan and the aid that should -- or should not -- be provided, the current presidential administration's  recent decision to deny asylum to immigrants who cross the border illegally has raised some legal question. A federal judge has recently provided an answer to those questions.

Seeking naturalization in the United States

For many people living in Washington, D.C. and other areas of the country, one of their goals in life is to become a citizen of the United States. Despite their desire and willingness to work hard, the naturalization process is often confusing for people who are unfamiliar with it. Following all the steps appropriately could make the difference in whether or not the process is successfully completed.

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