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Becoming a US Citizen Part 2: What happens once the USCIS Form N-400 Application for Naturalization has been Submitted to Apply for U.S. Citizenship?


Once an application for naturalization has been accepted, it becomes a very exciting time for a Permanent Resident.  Because most contact with USCIS will be through the mail, it is of the utmost importance for the applicant to keep the same current mailing address throughout the entire naturalization process.  After USCIS receives and reviews t ...

Becoming a US Citizen Part 1: Determining a Permanent Resident’s Qualifications for U.S. Citizenship


Naturalization is a voluntary action in which one declares their allegiance to the United States, and is able to exercise their rights, responsibilities, and protections as an American citizen. Becoming a U.S. citizen through naturalization opens up new opportunities for lawful permanent residents (green card holders), and includes the privilege of ...

What Exactly is Dual Citizenship?


Many people don’t realize it, but a person may be a citizen of the United States and also a citizen of another country at the same time. However, while dual citizenship or dual nationality is allowed in the United States, it is allowed only under certain circumstances. Generally, those who have held dual citizenship since childhood or birth, or who ...

What are the Advantages of Becoming a U.S. Citizen?


Many lawful permanent residents (green card holders) are satisfied with the ability to live and work here in America, but others want more and seek to become U.S. citizens. Naturalizing as a U.S. Citizen demonstrates a commitment to the United States of America and offers several emotional and patriotic benefits. One such benefit includes the ri ...