A Muslim man attended his update interview after a lengthy wait for the results of the required name check on his naturalization application
A Muslim man participated in the oath ceremony for citizenship along with approximately 140 other individuals being naturalized.
CAIR-Chicago Attorney Bitta Mostoffi represented a man in a status hearing regarding his citizenship delay.
CAIR-Chicago Attorney Bitta Mostofi represented a client experiencing citizenship delay in an update interview with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
A Muslim man was issued citizenship after filing a complaint in federal court. CAIR-Chicago Staff Attorney Heena Musabji represented the man in his complaint against USCIS.
In the month of December, CAIR-Chicago Staff Attorney Heena Musabji has had 14 status hearings in federal court representing Muslims who have experienced delays in obtaining citizenship. Two of the Muslims were granted citizenship in December, while others were re-interviewed by USCIS, and some are set for trial. The latest status hearing for the class…
A Muslim couple who had both been delayed in obtaining citizenship was naturalized in federal court.
Three Muslim men were issued their oaths and naturalized as U.S. citizens today.
One hundred and forty three people from 35 different countries packed the courtroom in the federal building and became citizens of the United States of America.
3 individuals from CAIR-Chicago’s citizenship delay law suit against various governmental agencies were asked to come in for an update interview with USCIS yesterday.
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