Written by attorney Margaret D. Stock

Naturalizing as a United States Citizen in Remote Parts of Alaska

This Frequently Asked Questions guide explains unique USCIS processing procedures for immigrants who are applying for naturalization in Alaska. In Alaska, USCIS has its office in Anchorage, but USCIS officers travel regularly to other locations in the state to help immigrants.

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USCIS maintains up to date information on the general naturalization process at the website link below. USCIS cautions applicants about the unauthorized practice of immigration law. Be cautious when using any website that does not end in .gov --the latter identifies an official government website.

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