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Month: March 2013

Overview of the United States Naturalization Process

USCIS administers the naturalization process and people who seek to obtain US citizenship after living in the United States for a certain number of years, must file naturalization applications with the USCIS. Individuals who were born abroad and whose parents are not US citizens will have to naturalize, in order to become US citizens and …

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Who Can Take the American Citizenship Test?

The American citizenship test is a part of the naturalization process that permits Green Card holders to obtain US citizenship. This test will be conducted during the naturalization interview and it comprises of the English and the civics tests. You will be required to appear for the US citizenship test after the approval of Form …

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How to Arrange for Green Card Medical Exam?

Individuals who seek to immigrate to America must be admissible into the country and so they must undergo medical examinations and establish that they are not inadmissible to the United States based on public health grounds. Generally, adjustment of status applicants and people applying for V non-immigrant visas will have to undergo medical examinations and …

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Work Permit USCIS

If you seek to work in the United States, you must be authorized to work in the country and you will have to obtain a permit that will grant you permission to work. This applies to the non-immigrants and not to the citizens of the United States and the Green Card holders. And that is …

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Who is Eligible to File Form I-601A, Application for a Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver?

USCIS recently announced that the spouses, parents, and children of US citizens who have accumulated unlawful presence and who have filed immigrant visa applications, can apply for provisional waivers, prior to leaving the United States. And they need to return to their countries of citizenship to get their visas and to appear for immigration interviews …

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