Naturalization grants U.S. citizenship upon foreign nationals who have fulfilled the requirements Congress established in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). After naturalization, foreign-born citizens enjoy nearly all the same benefits, rights, and responsibilities that the Constitution protects for native-born U.S. citizens, including the right to vote.
Office of Homeland Security Statistics Resources
|Report Title (Link to Report)
|Yearbook of Immigration Statistics
|This annual report includes a collection of tables that provides data on foreign nationals who were naturalized. It also includes tables on those who were granted lawful permanent residence; were admitted into the United States on a temporary basis; applied for asylum or refugee status; or who were the subject of enforcement actions, including noncitizen inadmissibility determinations, apprehensions, removals, and returns.
|Naturalizations Annual Flow Report
|This annual report presents information on the number and characteristics of applicants aged 18 years and over who naturalized to become U.S. citizens, providing information such as country of birth, state and core-based statistical area of residence, age and sex, and years in lawful permanent resident status.
|Naturalizations Supplemental Data Tables
|These tables include data on persons obtaining lawful permanent resident status by state of residence and country of birth and immigrant orphans adopted by U.S. citizens by sex, age, and residence.
|State Immigration Data Sheets
|This annual set of tables provides 10 years of data for each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, with data on naturalizations, including raw counts and per capita counts, along with state rankings for each within each year. They also include data on total, new arrival, and adjustment lawful permanent residents; I-94 nonimmigrant arrivals; refugee arrivals; and total asylum grants (affirmative and defensive combined).
|Legal Immigration Adjustment of Status Report
|This quarterly report provides tables with preliminary legal immigration counts based on data available one month after the reporting period and details the number of adjustments of immigration status, presenting data broken out by type of adjustment, type and detailed class of admission, and country of nationality.
|Profiles on Naturalized Citizens
|These tables provide detailed profiles of selected demographic characteristics of immigrants who naturalized during the fiscal year. Profiles are available by country of birth, state of residence, and core based statistical area of residence.