Legal Advice for “Citizenship Form” — 25 results
Written by attorney Karen-Lee Pollak, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
This guide explains the process of becoming a US Citizen if you are a permanent resident who has no special circumstances.
Written by attorney Shahzad Ahmed, over 1 year ago.
April 2010 - By Shahzad Ahmed
Becoming a citizen of the United States is a dream for many immigrants. However, achieving this dream requires careful planning since many find their dreams... more
Written by attorney Husna F. Alikhan, 9 months ago.
There are seven basic requirements that a permanent resident must fulfill before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service will allow him/her to become a United States citizen.... more
Written by attorney Alexander Segal, over 1 year ago.
Way too often, I run into a client who asks whether a Legal Permanent Resident is allowed to file for bankruptcy and more importantly, whether doing so would carry negative consequences... more
Written by attorney Sonali Patnaik, over 1 year ago.
In the spectrum of Immigration violations, a false claim to U.S. citizenship might be the most underestimated. This is because it often occurs by a clerical error on a form and is rarely... more
Written by attorney Paris Bolem Lee, 10 months ago.
In order to become a US Citizen, a Lawful Permanent Resident will under most circumstances have to apply on the N-400 Form to become one through the naturalization process. The form can be... more
Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, almost 4 years ago.
In becoming a naturalized United States Citizen an applying party must meet specific criteria. On e such requirement is the filing of a Citizenship Application (Form N-400) with Immigration.... more
Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, almost 5 years ago.
Have you ever been arrested or charged for a crime? If you forget to include an arrest or something that appears on an arrest record, then the USCIS may consider this a lie, which is a... more
Written by attorney Alejandro Rivera, about 2 years ago.
Overview of some of the qualifications and issues in the path to becoming a United States Citizen.
Written by attorney Renee M. Dagher, 9 months ago.
Once you obtain the coveted "greencard", you should begin to think about whether you want to apply for U.S. citizenship through naturalization. This application can take planning and fore... more