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Biden Offers Third Gender Option on Citizenship Applications

X marks the gender.

A third gender option is now being offered by the Biden administration for immigrants applying for naturalization. In addition to male and female, new citizens will have the option of being an “X”.

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“We have revised Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, to provide a third gender option, ‘X,’ defined as ‘Another Gender Identity,'” read a statement by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

“The 04/01/24 edition of Form N-400 will be the first USCIS form to include the X gender option. Applicants filing this edition of Form N-400 on or after April 1, 2024, will have X immediately available as a gender option on their form.”

The move gives immigrants a new option beyond male and female for those who feel they don’t fit into either of the two sexes, The Washington Times said.

“We are committed to promoting the freedom, dignity, and equality of all people – including LGBTQI+ individuals,” the State Department wrote on its website explaining the change. “Adding a third gender option helps ensure that secure identity documents and biographical data are accurate and helps both external stakeholders and individuals requesting immigration benefits.”

“It is also consistent with federal and state agencies that have adopted a third gender option, such as the U.S. Department of State’s expanded passport services to offer gender X in their application.

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