A bipartisan effort on Capitol Hill is underway to make the children of service members stationed overseas automatically Americans, responding to a new federal policy that forces some parents to apply for their child's U.S. citizenship.
Servicemembers stationed overseas whose son or daughter is not an American now face a new process for applying for their child’s citizenship under policy changes announced Wednesday by the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
As summer draws to a close, it’s time to look ahead to the approaching school year. Preventive services, routine immunizations, and health screenings are the best ways to make sure your kids are healthy and ready to hit the books.
Hannah McCormick grew up in the great state of Wyoming. Right out of high school, Hannah joined the Navy as an inflight technician, where she managed communications for nuclear deterrence. After serving five years, Hannah began working for an eye surgeon in Oklahoma, where she met her now husband, Josh.