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Foreign-Born Players Leading U.S. Soccer Team at World Cup

The United States soccer team owes much of its success in the 2014 FIFA World Cup to players who hold dual citizenship. In all, seven players hold two passports and speak at least two languages, including Jermaine Jones (above). Photo: Getty Images

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How U.S. Immigration Officials Are Fighting Fraud

U.S. immigration officials fighting fraud and scams through multiple initiatives.

Andrew Garfield - Spider-Man

'Spider-Man' actor Andrew Garfield maintains dual citizenship with the United States and Britain.

Federal Inspectors Check Immigrant Workers, Employers

Inspectors from USCIS check immigrant workers and their employers.

Goals for Fraud Detection and National Security Directorate

FDNS has new plans to combat fraud and abuse in the U.S. immigration system.

Leon Rodriguez Takes Over at USCIS

Former federal prosecutor Leon Rodriguez takes over as USCIS director.

Pew Report Tracks Apprehensions of Young Migrants

Pew researchers track apprehensions of young migrants at U.S.-Mexico border.

Comedian Craig Ferguson Scored 100% on Naturalization Test

Comedian and TV talk show host Craig Ferguson left Scotland for America and scored a perfect 100 on his U.S. naturalization test.

Frequently Asked Questions About U.S. Naturalization

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about naturalization -- the process of becoming a U.S. citizen.

Frequently Asked Questions About Green Cards

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about getting green cards and permanent residency in the United States.

How Do I Bring My Fiancé(e) Into the U.S. To Marry?

With a K-1 visa, a U.S. citizen can bring a foreign-national fiancé(e) into the United States to marry.

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