Published on August 02, 2021
A Certificate of Citizenship is how individuals born outside of the United States to citizen parent(s) can prove U.S. citizenship. This certificate is important because it can be used as proof of citizenship to obtain a U.S. passport and other immigration services for a spouse or relative down the line. Form N-600, Application for Certificate…
Published on February 23, 2021
President Biden’s citizenship test will eliminate the Trump administration’s recent change to the test. USCIS issued a policy alert on Monday regarding the Biden Administration’s decision to eliminate the Trump-era naturalization civics test, which was highly criticized for its more stringent questions. Instead, the test will revert to the 2008 version beginning March 1, 2021….
Published on February 01, 2021
When going through the naturalization interview, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officer will judge whether you have the good moral character required to be a citizen of the United States. Good moral character seems like such a subjective requirement for citizenship. You might be wondering if it’s enough to look at the officer…
Published on January 28, 2021
Oftentimes people confuse the difference between citizenship vs. nationality when describing where they come from and their inherited cultural background. When it comes to immigration matters, however, it’s important to understand the difference between the two terms, which are often mistakenly used in place of one another. In this post, we’ll explore not only citizenship…
Published on January 25, 2021
Citizenship may seem like a simple process, but as you start going through the application process questions will naturally arise. We’ve collected and answered 32 of the most common citizenship F.A.Q. to help you through the process.
Published on December 22, 2020
Almost everything is possible in the U.S., including simultaneously being a citizen of another country. While possible, it’s important to consider pitfalls, obstacles, and disadvantages when you apply for dual citizenship. This complete guide will help you apply for dual citizenship and learn whether you should go through the process depending on your situation.
Published on July 03, 2020
As a foreign national, there are two steps to achieving U.S. citizenship through marriage. You must first become a lawful permanent resident, otherwise known as a green card holder. Once that is achieved, you can then apply for naturalization to become a U.S. citizen. If you are already in the United States as a green…
Published on June 04, 2019
Investment is one of the most prestigious avenues for foreign nationals to achieve both lawful resident status and financial opportunities in the United States, specifically, real estate investment. In 2016 alone, foreign nationals bought more than 214,885 U.S. properties spending a total of $102.6 billion. This is mostly achieved through the EB-5 immigrant investor program,…