USCIS recently released 22 Eligible to Naturalize fact sheets about the LPR populations in certain cities in California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Wisconsin to coincide with outreach efforts in those places. Each fact sheet provides localized data on the top countries of birth, number of years in lawful permanent resident (LPR) status for the population eligible to apply for naturalization, top categories of admission to the United States, concentrated areas the population reportedly resides in, and age and gender breakdowns.
USCIS publish regular reports on the characteristics of naturalized citizens, and are committed to providing additional data on LPRs who are eligible to apply for naturalization based on their time in LPR status. Accurate data is critical to addressing barriers to citizenship and is an important part of the Interagency Strategy for Promoting Naturalization developed under President Biden’s Executive Order 14012.
USCIS plan to release additional fact sheets as part of our work to restore faith in the U.S. legal immigration system and to support strong integration and inclusion efforts for new Americans.
For more information about our work to implement Executive Order 14012, visit Interagency Strategy for Promoting Naturalization page.