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  • 'Passport Fair' set for Granger, Osceola, Winamac post offices

    'Passport Fair' set for Granger, Osceola, Winamac post offices
    Planning a trip outside the country? Mission work? Or perhaps a spring or summer vacation? Several Indiana post offices will accept passport applications on Saturday, Jan. 29. The “passport fairs” are being held on the weekend to assist...
  • Video conference testimony OK'd for Roanoke man who was former Bosnian prison guard

    Video conference testimony OK'd for Roanoke man who was former Bosnian prison guard
    The Virginia trial of a former Bosnia prison guard charged with naturalization fraud will include videoconference testimony from two witnesses in Bosnia and Herzegovina. U.S. District Judge James Turk ruled this week that the two-way videoconference...
  • My mind sort of went numb

    My mind sort of went numb
    Doug Wood still has them today. He calls them his 9/11 shoes. On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, he flew to New York for a business meeting and took a cab to lower Manhattan. “While we were coming in, the cab driver had his radio on,” Wood...
  • U.S. citizenship agency adds weekend hours at some offices

    U.S. citizenship agency adds weekend hours at some offices
    Overwhelmed by a flood of citizenship applications, some immigration offices in Southern California are staying open on weekends to get though a backlog of more than 180,000 people hoping to become U.S. citizens. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration...
  • About This Series

    Times staff writer Thomas Curwen met Ana Rodarte in December 2005 at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla. Over the next 3 1/2 years, he conducted extensive interviews with her and her parents, and he and Ana engaged in an e-mail correspondence about...
  • Paying too much to be American

    IT COULD GET HARDER to become an American. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has proposed increasing naturalization fees to $675 from $400. Individuals and organizations have until today to comment on the plan, and a final decision is expected...
  • Worker status checks' errors called 'severe'

    Possible discrimination against foreign-born employees remains a concern for an electronic verification system that ultimately catches a tiny fraction of workers in the United States illegally, immigration officials were told Tuesday. During a meeting...
  • Immigration reform 'deserved:' Obama

     
    by Mark Silva A naturalization ceremony is a sight to behold - we have seen President George W. Bush oversee one at the Daughters of the American Revolution Hall in Washington, and today we saw President Barack Obama oversee one......
  • Passport Changes For Sea And Land Border Crossings

    Passport Changes For Sea And Land Border Crossings
    Congress approved a change in the International Travel Requirements. The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative presently requires a passport for all persons traveling to and from the Americas, the Caribbean, and Bermuda, to enter, or re-enter the United...
  • Beat the 2009 passport rush

    Beat the rush and apply for your U.S. passport now if you plan to travel out of the country in the next year. There could be a surge of passport applicants in winter and spring, thanks to a new U.S. law. As of June 1, 2009, all travelers returning to...