The federal agency that naturalizes U.S. citizens is dealing with budget cuts, backlogs, and possible furloughs. People who won't become citizens before November won't be able to vote.

Hundreds Of Thousands Of Immigrants May Miss Out On Voting Amid Naturalization Delays

By Shannon Dooling  NPR
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