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New head of Americanism Commission, Richard W. Anderson, says ‘100 percent Americanism’ is responsibility of Legionnaires, citizens everywhere.
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The U.S. military offers a path to citizenship for its 35,000 non-citizen recruits.
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American Legion opposes President Obama’s proposal to grant amnesty to people who are in the United States illegally.
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In an election year that may decide the future of defense budget cuts, our troops are making fewer absentee ballot requests.
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The Legion’s “Get out the Vote 2012” brochure helps Legionnaires and posts empower eligible citizens to vote.
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The American Legion’s "Get Out The Vote" brochure aids Legionnaires on ways to run a successful voting campaign.
American Legion Commander says the backlog of VA claims should come before the concerns of those who violated the law to enter the United States.
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‘A Strategy to Address Illegal Immigration in the United States’ can be downloaded from website at no cost.
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Legion opposes passage of the bill that will provide amnesty to children of illegal immigrants.
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Congress made an effort last year, but problems persist for active-duty troops stationed overseas.
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As 2010 midterm elections draw near, Legionnaires need to exercise their right to vote and motivate others to do the same.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services representative believes partnerships with Legion at local level are key to citizenship efforts.
National Commander Clarence Hill: The U.S. government has an obligation to fix what is a broken immigration policy.
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Legionnaires, support your country by encouraging citizens to cast their ballot in their local, state and federal elections.
Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance is constitutional is "a great victory for common sense."
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American Legion Post 29 in Marietta, Ga., recently organized an official naturalization class.
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American Legion Post 29 in Marietta, Ga., will host an official U.S. Citizenship Class for legal aliens and people interested in the naturalization process.
Following the Marine Corps’ 234th birthday uniform pageant and cake cutting ceremony on the station parade field Nov. 6, two Marines earned another title – U.S. citizen.
The United States has welcomed newcomers since its founding. Ellis Island's Peopling of America Center chronicles archetypal families' journey through the stages of immigration.
Horace Orr Post 29 in Marietta, Ga., met with officials from the office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on May 20, in an effort to involve Legionnaires in the local naturalization process.
Members of American Legion Post 29 in Marietta, Ga., will receive training May 20 from the Office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.