Question for In These Times readers: What state can I go to because I am not a citizen? Answer: Every state in the Union, except some coastal states where many of the country’s newly naturalized citizens have settled.
To see if anyone has addressed this topic before, I Googled “Where can I go when I am not a citizen” to see what results came up. I saw dozens of results (all men’s names, many belonging to top politicians) but no results for women.
It is definitely true that millions of green card holders and many citizens have been (and are still) unaware of the difficult circumstances they are subjected to when they try to become U.S. citizens. This challenge can be filled in at https://www.govic.gov/citizenship.
There is also a well-functioning Do Not Call list that is available to all green card holders and citizens. You can go to the Do Not Call list at https://www.fdna.gov/toll/nrm/donotcall.asp (or click here for a mobile version). This list is still fairly new and should probably be better known among green card holders and citizens.
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