Instead of buying a new Porsche or a private jet rental, the mega-rich can drop $100,000 on a new citizenship — and the benefits that go with it.
Roughly 9 million people are eligible to become citizens today, but taking that final step comes with a price tag.
A proposed 61% hike by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service could bring the citizenship application fee to about $1,100.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether the 2020 census should include a citizenship question.
What happens when the numbers aren't accurate?
Children born on U.S. soil are granted citizenship under the 14th Amendment.
Even though they have the right to return to the U.S., they may not know it, a California Sunday reporter says.
Today is the final day for comment for the Trump administration’s public charge proposal that would make it harder for immigrants to qualify for citizenship if they’ve used public benefits, including SNAP, public housing and Medicaid. Immigrants who’ve received cash assistance or long-term medical care already have a strike against them when they apply for […]
The U.S. government has always been wary of immigrants who might be a drain on the economy, but soon even legal immigrants who’ve enrolled in Obamacare could be disqualified from citizenship if proposed new rules take effect. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
It's $495, to be exact. Where does the money go?