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Immigration Law

How Does Having a Criminal Conviction Effect Applying for US Citizenship?

20th October 2010
Citizenship is the state of being a citizen of a country. A citizen is said to be the legal member of the country. The United States citizenship offers numerous benefits, including the ability to sponsor relatives and family members so they can immi...
Author: JennyMartin

Applying for a duplicate approval notice

16th September 2010
Once an immigration application is filed with the USCIS, a notice will be sent by the USCIS which is a proof that the USCIS has received and approved the application that has been filed. Whenever such approval notice is lost or if it has not been received...
Author: Anna Chris
Immigration Law

What Should I Expect on the Immigration and Naturalization Test?

25th August 2010
The process of immigration and naturalization is not confined to submission of the fully completed application as such. It also involves the person who is applying to have a sound knowledge of the history of the US as well. There is always a misconceptio...
Author: brentwood
Immigration Law

How to replace green card?

19th July 2010
Having a greencard (permanent resident card) is a proof of being officially granted immigration benefits to live and work in the United States legally. You can work and live in the US permanently. Being a greencard holder additionally qualifies you for c...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

How do I attain US Citizenship?

25th November 2009
A person may become a U.S. citizen by birth or after birth. A person born in the United States and persons born in certain territories or outlying possessions of the United States are citizens at birth. Persons born outside the United States may be ci...
Author: Rachel Immig
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