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Asylees Adjusting Status in the US

One year after granted asylum status, you will be allowed to adjust your status to legal permanent residence (greencard). You are also allowed to submit petitions to petition for your family members – spouse, minor children, and unmarried adult sons … Continue reading

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How Important Good Moral Character while Filing for Naturalization

Being a person of good moral character is one of the key requirements when it comes to applying for naturalization. You will not be considered to be of “good moral character” if you happen to commit certain crimes during the … Continue reading

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Naturalization Interview and Oath Ceremony

As part of the Naturalization process, it is mandatory that all applicants attend an interview.  If you cannot attend the interview on the scheduled date, you can write to the USCIS office where your interview is to be held at … Continue reading

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Naturalization Applicants with Disabilities

If you are applying for Naturalization and have a physical or mental impairment that makes it difficult for you to complete the citizenship process, the USCIS will make accommodations or certain modifications under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, 1973. … Continue reading

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Are All Immigrants Eligible for US Citizenship?

The lawful status of persons immigrating to the US varies according to the category through which they entered the US. You can use the non-immigrant visa if your stay in the US is temporary and you can come through an … Continue reading

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New Form N-648 for Requesting a Disability Waiver for Citizenship Test

The law requires naturalization applicants to demonstrate proficiency of U.S. civics and the English language. Individuals with certain disabilities or impairments may request exceptions from either or both of these statutory requirements. Form N-648 was revised following extensive dialogue among … Continue reading

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How to Get Green Card for Parents?

Permanent residents have the authorization to live and work permanently in the United States. United States allows US citizens and permanent residents to help their immediate relatives to immigrate to United States on a permanent basis. Family based immigration is … Continue reading

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