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US Citizenship for Children Derivation of U.S. Citizenship for Children - Contrary to popular belief, children (minors under the age of 18) generally cannot become naturalized citizens of the United States. By law, applicants for naturalization must be 18 years of age. But don’t worry. This means that they cannot file the naturalization application or be included on their parents’ application. Instead, children that meet certain … Continue reading Derivation of U.S. Citizenship for Children
Country of Domicile for I-864 Affidavit of Support Proof of Domicile on I-864 Affidavit of Support - U.S. immigration law (INA §213A) requires intending immigrants in family-based visa categories to show that they have financial support in the United States. The U.S. citizen or permanent resident that petitions a family member for a green card also must file Form I-864, Affidavit of Support. The affidavit of support is a legal contract between … Continue reading Proof of Domicile on I-864 Affidavit of Support
Apply for Citizenship How to Apply for US Citizenship - If you’re a permanent resident in the United States, the process to apply for citizenship is fairly straight forward. After confirming your eligibility, there’s a form to file, fee to pay and a citizenship test with the interview. It may sound challenging. But as an immigrant, you’ve already overcome so much more. The process of … Continue reading How to Apply for US Citizenship

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