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December 2018 Archives

Tips for bringing a foreign spouse to the United States

Many United States citizens find their spouses overseas. When this happens, the goal of the couple is usually to have both of them living in the same country. If you are in this position and want to bring your spouse to the U.S., you need to remember that this might not be such an easy process.

Overcome obstacles on your path to citizenship

Pursing citizenship is a big undertaking. You have to make sure that you qualify for the program and that you are able to make it through the steps necessary to make your dream a reality. This isn't always easy, but it is a good goal if you are ready to put in the effort.

Obtaining citizenship through marriage may be easier now

People can secure legal residence status or citizenship in the United States through a number of different methods. Some people enter the United States for work opportunities. Other people are able to come because a member of their direct family has entered the United States. It is also possible for people to move to the United States and seek citizenship because they marry someone who is a U.S, citizen.

Know the basics of immigration visas

Coming to the United States on an employment visa is a complex matter. There are strict limits to some classifications that fall under this general umbrella. It is imperative that you understand some basic points about the program if you or a loved one is considering coming to the country using an employment visa.

Denaturalization petitions are scary to face

The path to becoming an American citizen is one that is often challenging. If you are in the country legally and are trying to become naturalized, you need to ensure that you understand what it means. This can help you once you are ready to file to get the process started.

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