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Citizenship and Naturalization

Often, our office receives requests for renewal of travel documents and green cards. It is important that many of these issues relate to applicants who have been permanent residents for more than five (5) years. Many candidates are naturalized but still do not want to be citizens. Citizenship is not a burden or a necessity. It is a privilege for immigrants who no longer live in this country, but also in the United States after their naturalization. It gives us the right to say that even if we are born elsewhere, we are now Americans.

The Department of Homeland Security’s Citizenship Manual specifically describes the important importance and personal success:

The United States has a long history of welcoming immigrants from around the world. The United States values ​​the contribution of immigrants who continue to raise this country and preserve its heritage as a land of freedom and opportunity. USCIS is proud of its role in maintaining the immigration tradition of our country and in integrating benefits for the integration of immigration and naturalization.

US citizenship is a distinctive bond that afflicts people with bourgeois ideas and beliefs about the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the US Constitution. The commitment to citizenship is based on the fundamental value of creating equality for all and serves as an understanding to enable individuals from all countries of origin or indigenous to participate on an equal footing in the future the United States.

How to Get Naturalized in the United States

Naturalization” is the term used to refer to the Immigration Act, which refers to the process of US citizenship. The initiation of a naturalization process is an important step in building a home in the United States. To apply for naturalization, you must first qualify as a legal permanent resident and then meet many other eligibility requirements, as well as in many cases where you are a US citizen and do not understand it.

Overview of the New Edition of the Form N-400, Application for Naturalization

Overview of the new edition of Form N-400, Application for Naturalization

Beginning December 19, 2019, applicants for naturalization must use Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, dated 23.12.16 for new applications. This article provides an overview of the current version of Form N-400, which has made significant changes to previous editions of the form. Please note that this overview is not intended as a do-it-yourself guide. Naturalization applicants should contact an experienced immigration lawyer for a specific case analysis of naturalization capacity. Most applicants are also advised to use experienced counsel at each stage of the process, including when preparing Form N-400.

The Selective Service Requirement and Immigration Law

US citizens (USC) and legal permanent residents (LPR) must register for a selective service between 18 and 25 years of age. This can affect immigration, including non-permanent naturalization if an erroneous statement is deliberate. This article explains the need for some immigration-related services and the consequences of not registering for a selected service, if necessary.

USCIS Releases New Edition of the Form N-470

On May 19, 2019, the United States Immigration and Civil Service (USCIS) provided an updated version of Form N-470 (Naturalization Application for Naturalization). The new edition of May 11, 2019, is the only edition of the form accepted by USCIS as of July 26, 2019.

Recognized American Institutions of Research

This article contains a list of recognized US research institutes and other related organizations. An LPR may be permitted to work abroad for one year or more in such an establishment and to have a continuous stay for naturalization purposes in Form N-470.

Overview of Form I-942, Request for a Reduced Fee

The resilience of residence Conditions of naturalization
In order to qualify for naturalization, most applicants must reside in the United States at least five years before applying for naturalization after obtaining permanent residence, unless they are subject to certain exceptions. The applicant must be in the United States on a continuous basis from the date he applies for naturalization until the date on which he is naturalized. Some absences from the United States during this five-year period may suggest that LPR’s continued length of stay is “suspended”. Determining an interruption of interruption can result in an LPR that cannot obtain citizenship until it meets all the requirements for naturalization. In this article, we will use relevant laws, regulations, regulations and administrative and judicial procedures to investigate issues related to the suspension of permanent residence despite citizenship abilities.

Continuity of Residence Requirement for Naturalization

In order to qualify for naturalization, most applicants must reside in the United States at least five years before applying for naturalization after obtaining permanent residence, unless they are subject to certain exceptions. The applicant must be in the United States on a continuous basis from the date he applies for naturalization until the date on which he is naturalized. Some absences from the United States during this five-year period may suggest that LPR’s continued length of stay is “suspended”. Determining an interruption of interruption can result in an LPR that cannot obtain citizenship until it meets all the requirements for naturalization. In this article, we will use relevant laws, regulations, regulations and administrative and judicial procedures to investigate issues related to the suspension of permanent residence despite citizenship abilities.
Overview of Form I-942, Request for a Reduced Fee

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