Indians among the top 5 to be granted US citizenship

Indians among the top 5 to be granted US citizenship

The Independence Day celebrations in the United States spearheaded the new programs that welcomed new citizens via naturalization ceremonies. You will be glad to know that from the week from July 1 to July 8, there shall be more than 6,600 citizens who shall be sworn in for US citizenship.

The fiscal year of 2022, ending on Sept 30, as shown by reports by the USCIS – the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, has gone ahead and admitted 661,500 new citizens, which is the recent data collected on June 15.

The statistics available recently country-wise are of the first quarter of fiscal 2022, during which a whopping 197,000 people were sworn in as the citizens of America. According to data assimilated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), a total of 34% of people who were taken in as US citizens came from the mix of five nations with Mexico at 24,508, India at 12,928, the Philippines at 11,316, Cuba at 10,689 and the Dominican Republic lastly at 7,046.

USCIS Director Ur Jaddou said, “Throughout our nation’s history, the promise of both life and liberty, and the freedom to pursue happiness, has drawn millions from all corners of the world to call the USA their home. Our belief in the assurance of America is repeated daily as we work hard to welcome immigrants as our fellow citizens” Also, she stated, “There is nothing more patriotic than choosing to be an American. On this independence day, I am proud to celebrate the more than 6,600 people who have invested their hopes and lives in our nation to become new citizens.

The USA will become more robust and diverse because of the choice of the new immigrants. Want to know more such recent news on Immigration and citizenship? Get in touch with our certified immigration consultants by ringing us at 8595338595 or mail us at [email protected]

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