The current citizenship application list for approved citizenships is sorted from the first approval unstil the latest. The problem is that these pages now number hundreds (and thousands of pages for big countries). This makes it a lot of data that is near impossible to use in a useful manner.
1. Show the latest approvals first. These are the most likely to be looked at anyway, and saves an unnecessary default call on the database for old information.
2. Group the information by month and year (like election results). This makes navigation much simpler and intuitive.
3. Search by citizen name or congress member. This makes it simpler to find the information people are actually looking for: who was approved before, or the record of a congress member in approvals.
4. Search citizenship history of a citizen. It is very useful to see where a person have applied and been accepted for citizenship in the past. It simplifies the approval process for congress members who care.