In order to become US citizens and enjoy the benefits that citizenship grants, immigrants must go through the naturalization process.
Naturalization is the most common path to US citizenship. In this guide, we’ll cover every step of the application process and help you prepare.
by attorney Andrew Wilson
Immigrants who have married a US citizen can obtain a green card under the immediate relative category, which has no priority date backlog.
The distinction between a green card vs. citizenship centers on an individual’s rights, duties, obligations, and intent to permanently remain in the US.
by attorney Daniel Shanfield
Applying for citizenship with a misdemeanor or another criminal offense is still possible. See what crimes may make you ineligible or talk to an immigration...
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