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US Citizenship

Citizenship Requirements for Permanent Residents

Citizenship Through Naturalization Most permanent residents are eligible to apply for citizenship after five years. Spouses of U.S. citizens are eligible sooner, after three years. At that time, Green Card holders can file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, if they meet the USCIS eligibility requirements for citizenship. Eligibility Requirements for Green Card Holders To be …

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Citizenship Requirements

Becoming a United States citizen can be exciting, but it can also be confusing and complicated. Before you can apply for citizenship, also known as naturalization, there are likely certain requirements you must meet. In addition, the requirements can change based on your individual situation. These are the general requirements that must be met before …

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How Long Does it Take from Green Card to U.S. Citizenship?

To become U.S. citizens, foreigners must first become permanent residents (green card holders). Legal residents can apply for U.S. citizenship, but after five years of being green card holders. For immigrants married to U.S. citizens, from green card to U.S. citizenship will take around three years. People who received their resident cards based on having …

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Immigration Ban Pushes Some Green Card Holders to Citizenship

As President Trump’s immigration ban adversely affects even some green card holders, the current political climate has some permanent residents seeking citizenship. In a flurry of executive orders issued at the end of his first week in office, the president’s executive orders bans entry into the United States by those with one of seven Middle Eastern and North …

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Green Card Holders Don’t Delay Your Citizenship After Presidential Executive Order

 As President Trump moves decisively on immigration through executive orders, which have adversely affected even some green card holders, some holding permanent residency status are prompted to seek the citizenship process. Among those affected by the president’s blitz of immigration orders at the end of his first week in office are valid green card holders– those already granted …

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