Too odd to be true, but it is.

Thursday, February 7th, 2008
By: Jonathan MontagJ.D.

Veterans who served during periods of hostilities are able to naturalize even with some blemishes on their records that ordinarily would bar them from naturalizing. See INA ยง 329. USCIS is even trying to expedite processing by asking veterans to sign a release to allow that fingerprints from their military file can be used for processing purposes instead of having new fingerprints taken. USCIS asks that the release be faxed or emailed rather than mailed to save time. Well, don’t try emailing. The email does not work. Spare the effort to scan the release and email it. While USCIS’s intentions are good; their technology — not so good.


 

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