U.S. Immigration News

While one would expect most native-born US citizens to be aware of the national requirement for men between the ages of 18-26 to register with Selective Service, immigrants seeking US citizenship might be surprised to learn they aren’t exempt from this rule. But when you take a closer look at th...

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Many immigrants often ask themselves whether they can retain citizenship in their home countries after being granted US citizenship, a status known as dual or double citizenship. (In the US, the term “dual citizenship” is more commonly used).

While acquiring dual citizenship is a complicated topi...

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Immigration has always been the driving force behind the success of the United States. Over the years, millions of immigrants from every corner of the globe have said goodbye to green card renewals and braved the complexities of US immigration services to become American citizens.

The process...

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The US immigration service receives many forms every day. However, form N-400, Application for Naturalization, is by far the most common. What once was a four-page document has now grown to more than 21 pages. Many choose to fill in this complicated form on their own, without professional help....

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Unlike permanent residents, U.S. citizens are not required to carry proof of citizenship at all times. But from time to time, especially when dealing with governmental agencies, an American citizen may be asked to provide proof of citizenship for certain transactions, like applying for a driver’...

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