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Understanding the American Citizenship Application

Form N-400, Application for Naturalization The American Citizenship Application can be initiated with Form N-400. The requirements of the Form N-400 (American Citizenship Application) are: The applicant’s age must be 18 years or above, and The applicant must be a Green Card holder for the past 5 years. Additionally, it has to be noted that …

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Why Should You Apply for American Citizenship?

The land of opportunities – the United States of America, is the perfect place for immigrants who dream to make it big. Although green cards and visas are there to help you to work in the country, citizenship is something that every immigrant wishes for. Most immigrants want to achieve the citizenship status while in …

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New Fees for USCIS Applications and Petitions

The Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) generates most of its revenues through the filing fees it charges applicants for the filing and processing of fees. These filing fees cover the majority of administrative costs associated with USCIS processing of the applications. Not all USCIS application forms come with filing fees. However, those that do are …

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Green Card Lottery 101

The US Green Card Lottery, officially known as the Diversity Visa (DV) Program, allows up to 50, 000 people to be randomly granted visas. The program allows these lottery winners to work and live in the United States permanently. The program is available every year and can be a simple way to get a green …

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Conditional Green Card

While a green card is proof of permanent residency, not all green cards are permanent – or without conditions. Conditional green cards are in fact the type of green cards offered to applicants who marry a US citizen. Conditional green cards are designed to provide conditional permanent residency in order to help discourage sham or …

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USCIS Policy Review

USCIS has been pressured in recent years to make its policies clearer and its practices more effective. Some immigrants wait months or even longer for immigration requests to be processed, and instructions and well as processed can be confusing. The USCIS has launched a USCIS Policy Review in 2010 in order to address these issues. …

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Illegal Immigration to the US by the Numbers

Illegal immigration refers to any immigration practice which violates immigration rules. In most cases, however, when we speak of illegal immigration, we are talking about undocumented immigrants entering the country across the borders without going through the US immigration process. Due to the nature of illegal immigration, getting accurate figures about the phenomena is difficult. …

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