A U.S. Census taker talks to a community member early this year.


WASHINGTON — The U.S. Census Bureau estimated that the country’s population grew to somewhere between roughly 306 million and 313 million over the last decade, acknowledging uncertainty due to rapid shifts in immigration.

A record 392,862 illegal aliens were deported from the United States in 2010, but an investigative journalism organization questions how the number was reached.



After moving forward at such a phenomenal pace in recent months, the priority dates began retrogressing (moving backwards).


On my show, "Citizen Pinoy," I always remind people to keep their addresses current with the National Visa Center (NVC) while waiting for the priority date on their approved petition to become current.


AS most people know, green card holders may apply for U.S. Citizenship after five years residence in the U.S.

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