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By Ilona Bray J.D.

Everything you want to turn into a naturalized U.S. citizen

For a eco-friendly card holder, taking your next step to U.S. citizenship deals a number of advantages. however the software strategy itself could be lengthy and complicated. With Becoming a U.S. Citizen, it can save you months, or maybe years. better of all, you’ll recognize that you take every one wanted step within the most productive way.

Learn how to:

  • make certain you're eligible for citizenship
  • understand the hazards and rewards of applying
  • fill out program forms
  • study for the citizenship exam
  • interview successfully
  • deal with any setbacks
  • help kinfolk immigrate
  • enjoy your prestige as a U.S. citizen

Becoming a U.S. Citizen additionally exhibits the way you are able to make the most of designated advantages and tactics in case you have a incapacity, are within the army, or are the wife of a U.S. citizen.

This re-creation displays present and proposed legislation, in addition to new charges and methods.

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Citizens —more good news! S. citizen spouse hasn’t broken up, you have to wait only three years as a permanent resident before applying for citizenship. That means you can apply one year after the end of your conditional residence. 3. How Many Years of Permanent Residence Are Required? In this section, we’ll help you determine the earliest possible date upon which you can turn in your ­citizenship application. For most people, that will be after five years of permanent residence, but for some—depending on their circumstances—that date may be sooner.

S. citizen spouse for three years, you can apply under the rule described in Section A3, above. S. citizen spouse now, this new section could help. You won’t need to prove the abuse all over again, having already provided evidence of it in the application that got you your green card. iii. Refugees and Political Asylees If you got your green card because of your refugee or political asylum status, part of your time as a refugee or asylee can be counted as if you were a permanent resident (known as “rollback”).

S. citizens —more good news! S. citizen spouse hasn’t broken up, you have to wait only three years as a permanent resident before applying for citizenship. That means you can apply one year after the end of your conditional residence. 3. How Many Years of Permanent Residence Are Required? In this section, we’ll help you determine the earliest possible date upon which you can turn in your ­citizenship application. For most people, that will be after five years of permanent residence, but for some—depending on their circumstances—that date may be sooner.

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