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Explanation: SUBJECT. Alien Status Verification. Purpose. To inform State Employment Security Agencies ... programs, including unemployment insurance, have their immigration status verified by the INS ...workforcesecurity.doleta.gov/dmstree/uipl/uipl97/uipl_2797.htm
Home. Contents: Lesson 1: Online Resources. Lesson 2: Voter Registration. "Lesson 3: Citizenship/Alien Status. Lesson 4: Residency. Lesson 5: Social Security Number ... Alien Status. If an individual is not a US citizen, program eligibility may still exist if an appropriate alien status is met ...www.vcu.edu/vissta/training/bps2020/citizen2.htm
Qualifications for Claiming Resident Alien Status. You are considered a Resident Alien if you meet the ... the calendar year to claim resident. alien status for U.S. tax purposes ...www.payroll.umich.edu/instcrt.pdf
Adriana Vozzi Local time: 19:53 Works in field Native speaker of: Spanish
Explanation: Since this governmental office/department is often in charge of authorizing residency visas/permits to visiting foreign nationals, an equivalent (at least here in the US) might be the "Immigration & Naturalization Service" ("INS," whose name was recently changed to "US Citizenship & Immigration Services").
Eduardo Aguirre, Jr., Director
Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
425 I Street, NW
Washington, DC 20536
Dear Mr. Aguirre:
On behalf of the National Council on Disability (NCD), I am writing to commend the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) for its commitment to fully integrate people with disabilities into our Nation by allowing the waiver of the oath of renunciation and allegiance for the naturalization for U.S. citizenship of applicants with certain disabilities that preclude them from understanding or stating the oath. In addition, a news article (attached) positively describes how the Dallas office of BCIS conducted a naturalization ceremony in someone’s home as an accommodation for her disability....
Rafle Local time: 00:53 Works in field Native speaker of: Spanish