News and updates

President Biden introduces U.S. Citizenship Act

January 20, 2021

On January 20, President Joe Biden presented the U.S. Citizenship Act, a bill he sent to Congress to reform our immigration system. A major piece of this proposal is to provide a pathway to citizenship to over 11 million people living in the United States who are undocumented.

Biden Administration signs executive orders

January 20, 2021

The new Biden administration signed 17 executive actions on their first day. These orders impact immigration, coronavirus response, the environment, workplace protections, and more. The orders impacting immigration include:

  1. Repeal of the travel ban;
  2. Extension of protection for Liberians under the DED program;
  3. Direction to Congress to protect DACA;
  4. Stop of all border wall construction;
  5. Inclusion of non-citizens in 2020 US Census count; and
  6. 100-day pause on deportations with new priorities.

New GED course in Spanish

January 14, 2021

USAHello is proud to offer its GED course now completely in Spanish including instructional videos! Last year over 29,000 students enrolled in our free, online GED courses. This year, students of any age can prepare for the GED with lessons, videos, diagrams, and quizzes all in Spanish!

USAHello statement and resources on Capitol riots

January 8, 2021

We at USAHello join millions across the country in condemning violence and standing for a peaceful transfer of power. We believe in the potential of our nation to be a beacon of light, and we hope for a brighter future for us all.

New citizenship test released December 2020

November 13, 2020

USCIS has updated the civics test. If you apply for naturalization on or after December 1, 2020, you will need to take the new version of the civics test. USAHello has translations of the new test questions in Arabic, Chinese, French, Hindi, Korean, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog and Vietnamese.