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Accusations of fraud after citizenship and naturalization granted

Over 800 immigrants who reside all across the country -- possibly even in California -- were supposedly granted U.S. citizenship by accident. Now, after successfully achieving citizenship and naturalization, many of these individuals are facing accusations of immigrantion fraud. Those facing such accusations can seek legal assistance in the effort to maintain their citizenship status and avoid deportation.

California citizenship and naturalization: Requirement exceptions

There is a lot about the immigrantion system that seems pretty strict and straightforward. However, there is some leniency offered to those who qualify. For example, for immigrants currently residing in California or elsewhere, there are requirement exceptions and accommodations that may be made when applying for citizenship and naturalization.

Citizenship and naturalization: Applying for naturalization

Foreign nationals who would like to obtain citizenship in the United States must fulfill very specific requirements. Unfortunately, nothing about the citizenship and naturalization process is simple. There is a lot that one must go through in order to complete the process. How do immigrants residing in California or elsewhere apply for naturalization?

Immigrants seeking dual citizenship and naturalization

Numerous immigrants currently residing in California are interested in becoming U.S. citizens but also have the desire to keep citizenship in their native countries. It is possible for these individuals to go through the citizenship and naturalization process in an effort to seek what is known as dual citizenship. How can this be accomplished?

Who can receive an adjustment of status and how?

Many individuals who currently hold visas allowing them to reside in California and elsewhere in the United States, but who lack permanent resident status, may want to pursue status changes that would allow them to remain in the country after their visas expire. Obtaining an immigrant adjustment of status may be done under the right circumstances. Who is eligible for a status adjustment and how is this obtained?

Citizenship and naturalization: Common exam questions

Taking tests can be nerve-racking. This is particularly true for tests that cover a wide range of topics. It is understandable that those residing in California or elsewhere who are getting ready to take the citizenship and naturalization test may feel a little overwhelmed.

Citizenship and naturalization: What is derived citizenship?

Children of naturalized citizens may be granted automatic citizenship in the United States. This is known as derived citizenship. California residents who believe this applies to them may seek the assistance of an attorney with experience in citizenship and naturalization for the purpose of securing this status change. Of course, certain rules do apply.

Citizenship and naturalization help coming for local immigrants

It was recently reported that the White House is looking for ways to help immigrants in California obtain citizenship. Getting through the citizenship and naturalization process can be tough. With an expanded number of organizations looking for ways to assist those who desire to achieve this status, more immigrants may be able to make their dreams realities.

Help you through the citizenship and naturalization process

Gaining U.S. citizenship is a desire for numerous immigrants. Whether you reside in California or elsewhere, legal assistance is available to all those who are ready and willing to work through the citizenship and naturalization process. As this is not necessarily an easy and straightforward thing to complete, legal counsel can walk you through the immigrantion system and help you find solutions to any problems that may arise.

How does consular processing work?

When seeking permanent residency status, there are a couple of different ways in which this can be achieved. Consular processing is one of them. Those who qualify for consular processing do not currently reside in the country, but do have an approved immigrant petition and an assigned visa number. Those wishing to enter the United States, in California or elsewhere, can apply for their visas at U.S. consulates abroad.

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