Lawful permanent residents may apply for citizenship if they have continuously resided in the U.S. This is different from the physical presence requirement, which requires that the applicant be in... more
An individual can obtain U.S. citizenship in one of three ways: by birth, by application for naturalization, or they can derive citizenship from their parents and grandparents.
A parent can apply... more
Permanent Residents of the United States in most cases may travel outside the United States and return without a Reentry Permit by using their Green Cards as their travel document. If though their... more
A "top-10 list" of things you absolutely need to think about when it comes to selecting a guardian for your child!
Read this special report from Attorney Jean Gillis and you'll get the straight... more
Written by attorney Don Nelson, about 3 years ago.
received a lot of calls from small business owners who live and
conduct their business outside of the United States. More often than
not they are in compliance with the tax and business laws... more
If you legally live and work in the U.S. and you have a foreign spouse who lives abroad, it is possible for you to file a joint income tax return and save large amounts of money every year.
In addition to gaining various benefits, a U.S. green card also means you now have responsibilities like paying taxes. Even if you live abroad, as a green card holder the U.S. government views you as... more
Frequently Asked Question: I have an approved VAWA self-petition, on which I listed my child living abroad. My child has since turned 21, but is still unmarried. Can I initiate visa processing for... more
For US citizens that are not military and are living abroad, may not be able to file for a US divorce unless they can meet the residency requirements of the state they will be filing in. If they are... more