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USCIS handles all forms and processing materials related to immigration and naturalization. This is evident from USCIS' predecessor, the INS, ( Immigration and Naturalization Service) which is defunct as of March 1, 2003. USCIS currently handles two kinds of forms: those relating to immigration, and those related to naturalization.What is a naturalized citizen and why does it matter?
The status of “naturalized citizen” is important as it is 100% protection from deportation. Also, a naturalized citizen can file for the green card of a spouse, children, parents and siblings.