When can a Green Card holder apply for U.S. Citizenship?

TThe path to becoming a U.S. citizen starts with being a permanent resident or Green Card holder. Applicants are required to be permanent residents (Green Card holders) before applying for U.S. citizenship, for at least 5 years. To become U.S. citizens, permanent residents are required to meet the eligibility requirements and complete and submit Form N-400, Application for U.S. Citizenship.

Becoming a U.S. citizen has many advantages over being a permanent resident. Some of these advantages include the right to vote, the right to an American passport, citizenship for children under the age of 18, many social benefits, and no risk of deportation.

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