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What Is the Naturalization Waiting Period?
What Is the Naturalization Waiting Period?

Understanding How the Waiting Period Impacts Citizenship Becoming a lawful permanent resident is a huge accomplishment for any immigrant pursuing their American dream. Obtaining a green a card through employment, a family sponsor, or marriage entitles you to live and work in ...

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    • How to Become a U.S. Citizen

      Would you like to participate in elections by voting or even running for office? Are you exhausted by the looming threat of deportation that lawful ...

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    • Can You Lose Your Citizenship?

      For many, citizenship is the end of a long, arduous journey. While the application process might only take six months, the road to citizenship begins ...

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    • Green Card vs. Citizenship: What’s the Difference?

      When you’re assessing your options in the U.S. as an immigrant (or prospective immigrant), becoming familiar with each type of legal status is your ...

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    • New Report Reveals Hundreds of Immigrants Deported to El Salvador Have been Killed or Abused

      According to a new report from Human Rights Watch, more than 200 immigrants who have been deported from the United States and sent back to El Salvador ...

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    • Two DUIs Can Affect Your Immigration Status

      On December 10 th , U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a new policy guidance that will change how DUI convictions impact good ...

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    • Attorney General Issues New Limits for How Immigrants Can Fight Deportation

      Attorney General William Barr handed down two new decisions that will substantially limit the options immigrants have to fight deportation orders . ...

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    • Can I Still Get a Marriage-Based Green Card If My Spouse Passes Away?

      Understanding How the Process Changes for a Widow or Widower Losing your partner is unthinkable, devastating tragedy that no one hopes to experience. ...

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    • 4 Ways You Can Lose Your Green Card

      Understanding How Certain Situations Can Result in Lawful Permanent Residents Losing Their Status Lawful permanent residency, bestowed through a ...

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    • How Can I Remove Conditions on My Green Card?

      Understanding Conditional Green Cards and How To Manage Them Green cards, which bestow lawful permanent residency, represent a huge achievement for ...

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    • Everything You Need to Know About Investor Visas

      Are you considering investing in a U.S. business? You may qualify for an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa. The qualifications are highly specific, ...

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    • What Is the Naturalization Waiting Period?

      Understanding How the Waiting Period Impacts Citizenship Becoming a lawful permanent resident is a huge accomplishment for any immigrant pursuing ...

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    • How to Become a U.S. Citizen

      Would you like to participate in elections by voting or even running for office? Are you exhausted by the looming threat of deportation that lawful ...

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    • Trump’s Public Charge Rule Will Be Implemented Following Supreme Court Decision

      Starting February 4 th , 2020, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) implement the Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds final rule. ...

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    • Federal Judge Suspends Public Charge Rule During Pandemic

      In an ideal world, everyone would have access to medical care and treatment during a pandemic—as well as financial assistance to pay for that care and ...

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    • Trump Extends & Expands Immigration Ban

      Because of COVID-19, the U.S. economy is suffering, and unemployment has skyrocketed. The Trump administration has largely used this crisis as a ...

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    • What Is the Current State of Immigration in the U.S.?

      While businesses and organizations across the country are beginning to cautiously reopen, the immigration system is still heavily encumbered by ...

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    • What Is a Dual Intent Visa?

      When you apply for a nonimmigrant (temporary) visa, an adjudicating officer will generally deny your application if they believe you intend on moving ...

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    • Adjustment of Status vs. Consular Processing: What’s the Difference?

      Have you decided to apply for a green card? There are many different paths to permanent residence, and knowing what to expect from the process can ...

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    • Everything You Need to Know About Investor Visas

      Are you considering investing in a U.S. business? You may qualify for an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa. The qualifications are highly specific, ...

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    • 9 Frequently Asked Questions About Visas

      Visa: possibly the most commonly used word in the world of immigration. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most misunderstood legal concepts. To ...

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    • What Is a Dual Intent Visa?

      When you apply for a nonimmigrant (temporary) visa, an adjudicating officer will generally deny your application if they believe you intend on moving ...

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    • Adjustment of Status vs. Consular Processing: What’s the Difference?

      Have you decided to apply for a green card? There are many different paths to permanent residence, and knowing what to expect from the process can ...

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