The demand for help with U.S. citizenship applications is increasing. On Saturday, some 400 people attended a naturalization workshop in Lauderhill hosted by several organizations.
The demand for help with U.S. citizenship applications is increasing. On Saturday, some 400 people attended a naturalization workshop in Lauderhill hosted by several organizations. Courtesy
The demand for help with U.S. citizenship applications is increasing. On Saturday, some 400 people attended a naturalization workshop in Lauderhill hosted by several organizations. Courtesy

New immigration measures prompts surge in number of residents seeking U.S. citizenship

February 14, 2017 06:20 AM

UPDATED February 14, 2017 02:33 PM

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