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The first step in applying for citizenship through naturalization is to enter the US and secure a green card in order to establish permanent residency. The next step is to ensure eligibility. The next step is to file Form N-400 (US citizenship application) to... Find out more »
If your parents were US citizens but you were not born in the US, you are still legally a US citizen by birthright. You may be able to prove your citizenship and claim it by filing Form N600 (Application for Certificate of Citizenship). Find out more »
Form N-565 can help applicants who need to replace a citizenship certificate or naturalization certificate. Applicants can file Form N-565 online or via mail. When filing Form N-565, it is important to use the most recent version of the form and to... Find out more »
If you have not received your Form I-797 Approval Notice from the USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) or have been issued a Form I-797 but have lost it, it is important to file Form I-824 (Duplicate Approval Notice). Form I-824 is... Find out more »
Permanent residency of the United States, as its name implies, is permanent. Unless a permanent resident does something actively to give up the status, permanent residency is permanent. Permanent residents have the right to live and work in the US without... Find out more »
Those who enter the US on an immigration visa and become eligible to get permanent residency status need to file an adjustment of status application (Form I-485) with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to apply for a green card. Find out more »
In most cases, the US issues permanent residency that is permanent. However, in some cases, the US grants conditional permanent residency. For example, those who have received a green card through marriage typically enter the United States with... Find out more »
If you want to help your family member immigrate to the US, you may do so by filing Form I-130. This form, along with the required documentation, proves your relationship with your family member. As well, it places your relative in queue with other potential immigrants... Find out more »
If you have entered the US on a B-1/B-2 visa, you generally have up to six months to remain in the US. If you wish to stay beyond this point, you will need to file Form I-539 to request permission from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to... Find out more »
The Green Card Renewal process is common to do every ten years. Once a Green Card has been issued, Lawful Permanent Residents do not need to do anything else to extend or ensure their status in the U.S. It is difficult to lose Permanent Residency status without... Find out more »
The United States does not allow all visitors and immigrants to work in the United States. Only some types of immigrants as well as lawful permanent residents and citizens can work in the US. The restrictions on work maintain jobs for authorized workers, keep... Find out more »
Form I-129F (Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) is used in two cases: to bring a non-US spouse into the US for residency or to bring a fiancé(e) into the US in order to marry. Form I-129F is an important document and is treated very seriously by the USCIS. The USCIS is... Find out more »
If you are a green card holder and will be outside the US for less than twelve months (one calendar year) you will need your green card. Otherwise, you will need to apply for and receive form I-131, which you will need to present to Customs and Border Protection (CBP)... Find out more »
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The Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, is an immigration form for lawful permanent residents and conditional permanent residents who need to replace their permanent resident card ("green card"). It is for individuals who have already had a green card issued....Find out more »