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No matter if you know what public charge is or not, you know it won’t look very good on your file. For example, if you want to get a work visa in the United States, the public charge might affect your success. But does public charge apply to green card holders? You already proved you […]

You’ve been patient and have waited out the time. You’ve made sure to keep to all the regulations of being a lawful permanent resident and have checked that you’re eligible for U.S. citizenship. You’re finally ready to apply for naturalization. Now you only need to know, “how much does it cost to become a U.S. […]

There are situations when immigrants are in the process of being deported, possibly because of something bad or illegal that they did during their time in the U.S. When you’re being removed, the last thing you’re thinking about is that you have the chance to apply for adjustment of status. But can you adjust status […]

Many people have to wait to receive an EB-2 green card. But as excited as they are for their new card, it can take a few years until they finally receive their document. As a result, many consider EB2 to EB1 porting, as EB-1 waiting times are not as long as the ones for EB2. […]

You’re finally ready to apply for naturalization. You want to do it as quickly and as hassle-free as possible. Considering today’s online world, is it possible to apply for citizenship online? Yes, it is!  Below we explain step by step exactly how you can apply for citizenship online. Let’s take a look.  Can You Apply […]

The United States of America currently has 330,928,170 citizens, and there are multiple other people who wish to become citizens of the country. But how can you become one? What are the four ways to become a U.S. citizen? Read on to find out! What Are the Different Ways to Become a U.S. Citizen? Becoming […]

Due to the opportunities that the United States has in terms of studies and careers, many foreigners hope to move there and start a new life. Overall, there are around 13.2 million green card holders. But what many of them fail to notice or forget about is that their green cards might expire. How does […]

Back in 2017, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security admitted 1.1 million permanent residents to the United States. So, there are quite a lot of people becoming permanent residents of the country. However, what happens when you’re a permanent resident alien, yet you’re unable to return to the States due to specific reasons that are […]

Being a permanent resident of the U.S. is great. Still, there are even greater benefits to being a U.S. citizen. You’ve probably been waiting for ages to be able to apply. And now, you’re wondering how long you still have to wait and when you can apply for U.S. citizenship. We’ll break it down for […]

You’ve finally made it! You’re a lawful permanent resident of the United States! You can now live and work in America permanently and have access to the many other benefits of lawful permanent residency – similar to a U.S. citizen. Before you get too excited, though, you might be wondering, can you lose your permanent […]