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Category Archives: Naturalization

What Number of Questions Are Immigrants Required to Answer?

Answering questions is something immigrants to the United States get used to as they go through the process of gaining legal status and accessing benefits such as residency and naturalization. Visa applications and petitions filed with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services are basically long questionnaires. By the time immigrants petition for naturalization to become American …Read More

U.S. Citizenship Exams Will Undergo Changes

Since 1986, foreigners who qualify for naturalization, the highest benefit provided by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services agency, have been required to take an examination that gauges their knowledge of American civics as well as their English language ability. This requirement, which is promulgated by Section 312 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, …Read More

Are Naturalized U.S. Citizens in Danger of Having Their Citizenship Revoked?

The opportunity to become an American citizen is the highest benefit offered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. For many foreigners, naturalization is their ultimate American dream come true, but for a few others, it can turn into a nightmare. In recent months, immigration enforcement agents and the Justice Department have been empowered …Read More

How to Obtain a Permanent Resident Name Change

In the United States, the green card issued to permanent residents serves purposes beyond indicating their legal immigration status. The biographic data contained in this document also makes it an official form of identification. To this effect, green card holders are legally required to keep their personal information up to date. Whenever permanent residents undergo …Read More

What Is the U.S. Naturalization Test Really About?

Naturalization is the highest benefit offered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). It requires at least five years of lawful residence, a clean criminal background, a green card, a petition, an interview and an exam that tests an immigrant’s knowledge of the English language and American civics. The test to obtain U.S. …Read More

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