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Benefits of Applying for U.S. Citizenship Online

23rd January 2012
How to Get US Citizenship? Becoming a US citizen is no easy procedure and it sure takes a good number of years. First step to achieve this goal is becoming a permanent resident. Once a person becomes a Green Card holder, then filing the citizenship app...
Author: JennyMartin
Immigration Law

Claiming U.S. Child Citizenship at Birth

22nd November 2011
Becoming a US citizen is the ultimate dream of many immigrants. It is not an easy process and cannot be achieved in a short period of time. One has to first become a permanent resident and satisfy several eligibility criteria in order to get the citizensh...
Author: JennyMartin
Legal

US Citizenship Application Form

15th November 2011
For more than two centuries, the United States has persisted strong because of its citizens and the common civic morals it shares. Deciding to become a U.S. citizen is one of the important decisions in a personís life. If you agree to apply for naturaliza...
Author: hazel Ickes
Immigration Law

US Immigration and Tax

12th November 2011
US citizens are not the only ones who have to file tax returns. Certain US immigrants and residents may also have to file, depending on their immigration status in the US. To figure out if you have to file a tax return in the US, you have to check whet...
Author: Paul Anderson
Legal

Effects of Renouncing American Citizenship

09th August 2011
It is a known fact that one can become a citizen of the US by birth or through Naturalization. Getting citizenship through US citizen parents are also possible depending on satisfying certain requirements. If you qualify on your own eligibility, you have ...
Author: kevin
Immigration Law

Instructions for filing citizenship application for overseas naturalization process

20th July 2011
Only spouses who are eligible and who prefer to go in for overseas naturalization should apply for that option. Spouses intending to file their citizenship application in the US may do so. Section 319(e) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) permit...
Author: Jessica Potter
Legal

From Asylee To A Citizen

20th June 2011
After having been granted asylum, you move a step closer to qualify to file the citizenship form, N-400. You can adjust your status to a legal permanent resident ( green card holder) with the USCIS one year after being granted asylum. In addition, you can...
Author: kevin
Immigration Law

The US Citizenship Application Fee

24th May 2011
The U.S.Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency that manages the entire immigration process in the United States. While applying for a visa or green card, certain petitions/applications have to be filed either at the Ameri...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Overview of the US Citizenship Process

18th May 2011
Being a Citizen of the US is a matter of pride and prestige to many people. In spite of the time consuming nature of the process, people are not in the least deterred from filing their Citizenship application. They will do anything in their power to get t...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

How Many Questions Will I Be Asked During The Interview For Citizenship?

20th April 2011
Attending an interview for citizenship is a part of the naturalization process.The naturalization process consists of : -Preparing and filing Form N-400 along with the supporting document and fee with the USCIS -Getting the fingerprints taken -Attend...
Author: michaelmoody84
Immigration Law

The Things to be noted while filing your US citizenship form

18th April 2011
Aspiring to become a U.S. citizen is lifelong dream for many people. Deciding to become a U.S.citizen demands responsibility, loyalty to the US Constitution and commitment to the country .The nation becomes stronger when its citizens are tolerant towards ...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

When Does One Become Eligible to Apply for Citizenship?

01st April 2011
You can become a citizen of the United States either by birth or through naturalization. If you were born in the US, you become a US citizen automatically. You also can claim citizenship if you were born to US citizen parents, depending on meeting certa...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

What's Immigration Check?

24th March 2011
Immigration to US can be a complicated concern!Yes it's complex for those who don't understand the language and program in US. It really is as a result crucial to possess a thorough information concerning the English language along with the historical pas...
Author: Richard Heins
Immigration Law

US Citizenship Form N-400

22nd March 2011
Want to become a US citizen and enjoy the advantages? As a US citizen, you have the right to vote in the US federal elections. You can petition your family members for permanent stay in the US. You can also obtain citizenship for your children born abr...
Author: Paul Anderson
Legal

How do I Be Granted US Citizenship?

11th March 2011
A person may become a U.S. citizen by birth or following birth. An individual born inside the United States and persons born in specific territories or outlying possessions with the United States are citizens at birth. Individuals born outside the usa cou...
Author: Mitchell Blutt
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