Legal permanent residents (LPR), also known as green card holders, may apply to naturalize and become a U.S. citizen. For those who received their green card through marriage to a U.S. citizen, they can apply after 3 years of being an LPR. For all other categories, the wait to apply is after 5 years of being an LPR. There are …
As a companion to our September Facebook Live, this post collects several helpful resources for those who want to learn more about the recent changes to the U.S. immigration system made by the Trump Administration.
Immigration policy was the major player in the news this week. From new USCIS guidance to changes from the DOJ regarding immigration cases, read our weekly roundup to stay up-to-date.
On Friday, May 31st, Debby Le went live on our Facebook page to discuss the N-400 and naturalization.
In preparation for our May Facebook Live Event, we are covering the documents you are usually required to submit with your N-400 application.
News roundup for week of April 22nd, 2019.
If you are preparing to study for the naturalization test, be sure to know the most current and up to date answers. With the 2015 elections underway, there have been changes to the following questions as per the USCIS news alert.
A client from our Atlanta law firm came to us concerned that her application for citizenship would be denied because of her absence from the United States for more than one year. She is a permanent resident and was continuously in the US for 4 years prior to leaving for her one year trip, and then again established residency and continuity in the US after her trip.