Gaining admission to the United States has become more intricate, especially for those born outside the U.S. to American parents. This guide delves into the nuances of asserting your right to U.S. citizenship, exploring categories like birth in the U.S., being born abroad to U.S. citizen parents, naturalization, and citizenship claims for minors. Discover the essential documentation needed and the streamlined processes to secure your proof of U.S. citizenship.
Read about a client’s immigration saga, starting with a challenging green card application marked by a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID). Discover how our team not only overcame hurdles for the green card but also assisted in subsequent processes leading to US citizenship.
Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) must be aware that maintaining their LPR status is a fundamental requirement for naturalization. Abandonment of LPR status can have serious implications, including the ineligibility for naturalization. In this post, we delve into the concept of LPR abandonment, the factors USCIS considers, and the importance of understanding this complex aspect of immigration law to ensure a smooth naturalization process.