Tag Archives: naturalization

Expunged Records and Immigration Cases

For most people with a minor criminal record that conviction becomes not only a personal embarrassment, but frequently also an employment problem. Having a criminal record can make finding and keeping a job much more difficult. Having a record that … Continue reading

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US Citizenship and Elderly

We regularly receive calls from the elderly green card holders or their adult children who want to know how someone can become a US citizen if he or she is unable to prepare for the English history test and/or is not … Continue reading

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Avoiding Immigration Scams

UPDATE: Lately immigrants all over the country are being targeted in phone scams. Scammers may call or email, pretending to be a government official. They say that there is a problem with an application or additional information is required to continue the … Continue reading

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Why You Should Become a U.S. Citizen – If You Can

Approximately two-fifths of immigrants in the U.S. are naturalized U.S. citizens. While there are unauthorized immigrants and others who are ineligible to naturalize, there are supposedly more than 8 million noncitizens who are currently eligible to apply for citizenship but … Continue reading

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