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4 Major Benefits of Dual Citizenship

Dual citizenship status, also known as dual nationality, is a legal and civil condition that allows individuals to access and enjoy certain benefits offered by sovereign jurisdictions. In essence, dual citizenship is obtained by foreigners who immigrate to another country that will allow them to retain their birthright nationality when they become naturalized citizens. Many …Read More

Exceptions to the 30/60/90 Rule

When entering the United States, non-immigrant foreign nationals should be cognizant of the 30/60/90 Day Rule that pertains to all applications submitted for a change of status shortly after arrival. This rule is based upon specific presumptions about whether a not a person has acted in bad faith. The general understanding is that a rapid …Read More

When Can Your Citizenship Be Revoked?

Unlike other countries, the United States only grants absolute and unconditional citizenship to individuals who have been born on American soil, which includes all states of the Union and its territories. This means that citizenship by naturalization can be taken away in some instances. The revocation of U.S. citizenship is not a common process. It …Read More

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