US Citizenship

How Long Does it Take to Become a US Citizen

How Long Does it Take to Become a US Citizen?

If you are looking to become a United States citizen, you may be asking yourself: How long do I have to wait before I can become a U.S. citizen? Unfortunately, the answer to that question – as with most legal questions – is that “it depends.” Indeed, it is difficult to…

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Why You Shouldn't Apply for Citizenship

Why You Shouldn’t Apply for Citizenship

Oftentimes, the main goal of immigrants when they come to the United States is to eventually become US citizens. However, there are requirements and consequences of applying for citizenship that should be considered and discussed with an experienced…

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4 Benefits Getting U.S. Citizenship

4 Benefits Getting U.S. Citizenship

Let’s talk about some of the benefits of becoming a United States citizen. Many people are confused about the benefits of becoming a U.S. citizen versus remaining a lawful permanent resident (i.e., green card holder), so we hope that we can clear up some of these differences. In this article, we will cover four benefits of getting U.S. citizenship.

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Why Should I Apply for U.S. Citizenship Green Card Vs. Citizenship

Why Should I Apply for U.S. Citizenship? Green Card Vs. Citizenship

What is the difference between having a green card and having citizenship? Well, there are a number of differences that we will explore in this article, including a list of the various rights that green card holders may not have compared to citizens. To begin, let us discuss the main differences between a green card and citizenship. When you have a green card…

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A U.S. Citizen Can Sponsor 4 Types of Relatives for a Green Card

A U.S. Citizen Can Sponsor 4 Types of Relatives for a Green Card

Each year, the United States issues green cards to about 1.1 million people. Those who obtain green cards, considered “lawful permanent residents,” are then eligible to gain U.S. citizenship within three to five years. Interestingly, about half of those who…

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