A Brief Look: Naturalized U.S. Citizens in the Military

17 Sep 2019

In honor of National Citizenship Day, RapidVisa would like to recognize the naturalized immigrant men and women in the U.S. Military.

The U.S. Military has had a longstanding legacy for the diversity of its servicemembers. That diversity extends not only among all races, but also among immigrant nationalities. From October 1, 2001 through 2018, the United States naturalized 129,587 members of the U.S. Military. Historically, Military service has even been a fast track to U.S. citizenship.

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