Increasing Civic Participation through Citizenship
December 23, 2015
U.S. citizenship is transformative for immigrants and communities. Not only does a naturalized citizen gain the right to vote, they also see an 8-11 percent increase in their income. They enjoy the freedom to travel abroad without restrictions, are protected from deportation and can become engaged members of their communities. More than 755,000 immigrants in […]Read More
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