The reporter didn't let me know when this article was being published, so I'm just seeing it now. I spoke to the Daily News last summer about ordering my great-grandmother's immigration records from USCIS.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ little-known records office in Washington, D.C., includes a historian, librarian and more than a dozen researchers. They run a genealogy program that for a fee, will hunt down family immigration documents — from citizenship paperwork to the alien registration forms immigrants had to fill out at area Post Offices during World War II.
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