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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 ..read more
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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 ..read more
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Every year thousands of people from all over the world apply to become permanent residents (green card holders). It’s a highly coveted ..read more
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Though the U.S. constitution and laws protect anyone living in the U.S., there are many benefits and rights that are reserved exclusively ..read more
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Thousands of people gain legal permanent resident status in the U.S. every year. Once approved for LPR status, their proof of status ..read more
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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. ..read more
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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. ..read more
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