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Understand the process of filing US Form N400 application for naturalization.

01st November 2012
If you want to become a citizen of another country, apart from the one you were born in and are a citizen of by birth right, you need to go through the naturalization process. Depending on that country the procedure and eligibility criteria differs to app...
Author: Nancy
Legal

Acquisition of U.S. Citizenship by Birth in the United States

15th February 2012
By being born in the United States of America, a person automatically becomes a citizen of US. All that they need to do is to document this distinguished status so as to enjoy the various rights. This can be in the form of a US passport which is entitled ...
Author: JennyMartin
Immigration Law

How To Apply for a Fiancee Visa

17th January 2012
If you are a US citizen, you can bring your foreign national fiance(e) to the US in order to get married. Your fiance(e) will need a K-1 visa, or fiance(e) visa. Your marriage must occur within ninety (90) days of your fiance(e)s entry into the US. Your ...
Author: michaelwalker
Legal

What to expect after filing in us citizenship form?

03rd January 2012
In order to get naturalized as a US citizen, applicants need to be at least 18 yrs old and a lawful permanent resident of the US. Apart from these two basic eligibility criteria, there are several other factors that need to be considered while filing in t...
Author: Jessica Potter
Legal

USCIS change in I-130 filing Foreign Expatriates Once Again Forgotten

16th November 2011
USCIS has announced that starting on August 15, 2011, petitioners residing abroad will be able to file I-130 forms (petition for an alien relative) with the USCIS Chicago Lockbox Facility. Petitioners residing in countries with a USCIS office may either A...
Author: Danielle LC Beach
Immigration Law

Getting a Green Card For Child

22nd August 2011
One of the many advantages of being a US citizen is that you can sponsor your loved ones for a green card to come and live with you in the US. As a US citizen, you may petition your spouse, parents and children for the green card status. Whereas, if you...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Think Before Renouncing Your US Citizenship

10th August 2011
Section 349(a)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) governs the ability of a US citizen to renounce his/her US citizenship. A person wishing to renounce his/her US Citizenship should do so voluntarily and with intent to relinquish US citizen...
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

Why Green Card Renewals is very important

29th June 2011
Have you ever wondered why green card renewals are essential? Green card renewals are necessary because of two things: it protects their state, and protects the citizens. First, it protects their state. It protects the united states from unwanted alien...
Author: Vlad Works
Immigration Law

Who Can File Form I 485?

14th June 2011
The immigration process to the US differs depending on your current place of stay. If you are outside the US, you have to go through consular processing at the embassy in your country. If you are already in the US and eligible to apply for a green card ...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Making Green Card Application a Lot Easier

10th June 2011
Each year, a lot more people all elements of the planet make an effort to get yourself a Green card. Such card, allows a non US citizen to become a permanent resident in the United States of America. Having a Green card gives you the opportunity to work, ...
Author: andrewyast
Immigration Law

Forms You have to Complete When Obtaining a Green Card

10th June 2011
Using a Green card or even the status of permanent residence in the USA of America gives you the rights and freedom to operate and live freely anywhere in the US. When you've got a Green card, you might study and have your own business there. Th...
Author: andrewyast
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

Citizenship Through Parents' Status

28th April 2011
Through a 'jus sanguinis' policy, one is conferred citizenship based on ancestry or ethnicity, and is more related to the concept that is common in Europe. Children whose parent(s) are US citizens can claim citizenship through their status as citizens. ...
Author: Paul Anderson
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
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