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U.S. Citizenship Cost

Applying for U.S. citizenship is a process that takes quite some time to get through. To being the process you must first determine your eligibility to file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. The process ends with the naturalization ceremony. Below we explain how much you can expect to spend on the naturalization fee. Intro on …

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U.S. Citizenship Form

It’s through the process of naturalization that a non-U.S. citizen is able to obtain U.S. citizenship. In general, you must first be a permanent resident (green card holder) for a certain period of time before becoming eligible to file the U.S. citizenship form: Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. Intro on U.S. citizenship If you were …

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Adjustment of Status

Every year thousands of people from all over the world apply to become permanent residents (green card holders). It’s a highly coveted status because it allows you to live and work in the U.S. legally and permanently. And it’s a status that doesn’t expire for you once you’ve been approved. According to a recent report …

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Proof of Citizenship

Though the U.S. constitution and laws protect anyone living in the U.S., there are many benefits and rights that are reserved exclusively to U.S. citizens. To be able to take advantage of all the benefits, it’s important to have proof of your U.S. citizenship. What Documents Prove U.S. Citizenship? The documents that you can use …

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Renew Green Card

Thousands of people gain legal permanent resident status in the U.S. every year. Once approved for LPR status, their proof of status becomes the permanent resident card, also known as a green card. Most green card holders receive a green card that is valid for 10 years. Some, however, receive a green card valid for …

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Resident Alien Card

A resident alien card generally referred to as a green card, shows that a person is authorized to live and work in the U.S. permanently. The card is issued to people from other countries (foreign nationals) who have been approved by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for permanent residency through a family …

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Form I-90 Instructions

Having a valid permanent resident card (green card) is a convenient way to prove your authorization to live and work in the U.S. legally. For example, all an employer really needs to see from you to know that you’ve got the permission to work is your green card. However, having a green card is important …

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The Employment Authorization Card Explained

In the United States, all businesses are required by law to check the status of potential employees and ensure that they’re authorized to work. To do this, employers can ask their potential employees to provide proof of citizenship (like a U.S. passport), proof of permanent residency (a green card) or an Employment Authorization Card (EAD). …

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