You can obtain US citizenship by birth, by parentage or through the legal process called naturalization. People born within America, are US citizens. US citizenship will be automatically conferred upon people who are born on US soil. This also applies to the children born to immigrants, on American soil and to the people born in […]
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Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado July 5th, 2013
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado June 21st, 2013
A variety of requirements must be met in order to become citizens of the United States. Generally, US citizens can live in the United States forever and they will never be deported. US citizenship comes with several privileges and duties. Any foreign national can apply for US citizenship and become a US citizen but several US […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado June 10th, 2013
Foreign nationals can become US citizens and the process that helps foreign nationals to become citizens of the United States is known as naturalization. Form N-400, is the American citizen application and immigrants who seek to apply for US citizenship must file this form with the USCIS. Applications for US citizenship filed by the immigrants […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado June 5th, 2013
There are more than 11 million people in the United States who are currently out of status and who are living in shadows. Most of them illegally crossed the borders of the country and some overstayed their non-immigrant visas and settled in the country. Nevertheless, there are some young undocumented immigrants who crossed the borders […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado June 3rd, 2013
The US citizenship application, Form N-400 must be filed in order to obtain US citizenship. This form must be filed with the USCIS and the USCIS will only accept the forms that are complete and error-free. A variety of supporting documents, photos and the required form filing fee must accompany the US citizenship application. Nevertheless, […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 16th, 2013
According to the United States Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA), an individual who seeks to obtain US citizenship must meet a variety of eligibility requirements and the first thing that a foreign national must do in order to obtain US citizenship, is to become a Green Card holder. A person must prove that he has […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 15th, 2013
To become a US citizen, an applicant who has filed his naturalization application and who has appeared for the naturalization interview, must swear the Oath of Allegiance and renunciation, in a public naturalization ceremony. He must establish that he will discharge the obligations of the Oath of Allegiance and that he will support and defend […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 8th, 2013
It is well known that the United States permits citizens of foreign counties to obtain US citizenship through the legal naturalization process. To become a US citizen through this process, you will have to prove that you meet few naturalization requirements. There are several requirements and one of the most important requirements is that you […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 5th, 2013
United States permits foreign nationals to visit the country, stay permanently in the country and to become citizens of the country. The process that would permit you to become a US citizen, is known as Naturalization. This process is quite lengthy and confusing and if you believe that you are eligible for US citizenship, you […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado March 26th, 2013
A person who owes allegiance to America and who is entitled to the protection of the laws of the country, is a USA citizen. An individual can become a US citizen by birth or through the legal naturalization process. People born to Americans who are residing or traveling abroad and individuals born on US soil […]
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- After How Many Years Can a Green Card Holder Apply for US Citizenship?
- After the Citizenship Oath Ceremony
- American Citizen Application
- Applying for American Citizenship – the Essential Qualifications
- Birthright Citizenship
- Citizen Certificate – Its Necessity and Eligibility
- Citizenship Applicants With Disabilities
- Citizenship for Spouses of US Citizens
- Citizenship in America
- Difference Between a Citizenship Certificate and a Naturalization Certificate
- Does America Allow People to Have Dual Citizenship?
- Dual Citizenship and Renunciation of US Citizenship
- File Form N-565 to Replace Your Lost Citizenship Certificate
- Form N-565, Application to Replace Certificate of Citizenship – Purpose and General Instructions
- General Considerations for Taking Oath of Allegiance
- Good Moral Character for Naturalization
- Good Moral Character Requirement for Naturalization
- How Applicants Fared in the Citizenship Test
- How Can I Get a Certificate of Citizenship?
- How can I Get an Exception to the Citizenship Test
- How Can I Prepare for the US Citizenship Test?
- How Difficult is it to Become a US citizen?
- How Do I Acquire US Citizenship?
- How Do I Change My Name When I Have Filed for Citizenship?
- How do I Obtain a Proof of US Citizenship?
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- How Long Does it Take to Obtain US Citizenship After Marriage?
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- Impact of Foreign Travel on Naturalization
- Know About The Naturalization Process
- Lost Your Citizenship Certificate? File Form N-565
- Marriage and Marital Union for Citizenship
- My Parents are US Citizens and I Hold a US Birth Certificate, How Can I Get a Citizenship Certificate?
- Naturalization – A Process to Become a US Citizen
- Naturalization for Military Personnel
- Obtaining and Maintaining Dual Citizenship
- Overview of the United States Naturalization Process
- Passing The Citizenship Test
- Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants
- Promoting American Citizenship
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- What is the Filing Fee for Form N-400 and Why You Need to Pay for US Citizenship ?
- What is the Purpose of a US Citizen Certificate?
- What Should I Do if My US Citizenship Certificate is Lost?
- Which is the Application for Citizenship?
- Why Should You Obtain US Citizenship through Naturalization?