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4 Things You Must Know to Be a Naturalized Citizen

Want to be Naturalized in the US? Here’s what you need to know.

Every year between 700,000-750,000 people are naturalized in the United States. The process can be straightforward, or incredibly complex depending on the case. Is Naturalization the same as Citizenship? Yes, you can become a US citizen either through birth, or through naturalization. Generally, people are born U.S. citizens if they…

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The Worst Mistake In the Naturalization Process

The Worst Mistakes In the Naturalization Process

All parents want to protect their children.  But all parents make mistakes. So many mothers and fathers fail to take care of getting their children naturalized. This is the worst mistake in the naturalization process. And the real shame of it, almost always, is that the error is unintentional. Why is…

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Naturalization Test

4 Things You Need to Know to Pass Your US Naturalization Test

People seem to frequently put off filing Form N-400 and taking the Naturalization Test to become a US citizen. Sometimes they are just procrastinating, thinking they have lots of time. But many people are afraid to take the test thinking that if they fail, it will result in some kind of punishment.  This…

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English Language Citizenship Test: Who's Exempt? 10 Things To Know

English Language Citizenship Test: Who’s Exempt? 10 Things to Know

Many people avoid the citizenship test due to an inability to pass the English Language Citizenship Test. Usually, fear of failure is the main reason. Still, there are millions of green card holders who might be less afraid if they knew about certain rules. This blog post is designed to…

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New Citizenship Application

New Citizenship Application: 10 Reasons You Need a Lawyer

Breaking Story: Immigration just announced that they were rolling out this new N-400. The N-400, for those of you who do not know, is the application for Naturalization. This process forms the core of how green card holders become United States Citizens. After you file your New Citizenship Application, you…

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What is a Naturalized Citizen and Why Does it Matter?

Let’s get one thing straight.  If you are born in the United States, you are automatically a United States citizen.  That law has been binding since the 1800s, around the time that slavery was abolished. And even before that era, most people born were considered citizens by virtue of their…

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