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US Immigration Process

Prepare for Your US Citizenship Interview and Exam

In order to become a US citizen, you will need to attend a US citizenship interview and pass the US citizenship exam. For many naturalization candidates, this is one of the most frightening steps in the process. A US citizenship exam tests your knowledge of the English language and your knowledge of US civics. This …

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Immigration Agencies Pay Attention to Social Networking

Many Americans use social media to share and get information, and to stay in touch with family and friends. Increasingly, the government is also using social media to share information and to help keep the public informed. A number of immigration agencies in the US have social networking sites and a social networking presence. This …

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Can I get a US Worker Visa if I don’t have an Academic Education?

There’s no doubt about the fact that the US needs college-educated workers. In fact, specialists workers with college educations and advanced educations are in demand in the US. For example, doctors, nurses, and other professionals sometimes are invited into the US through special visa programs when there are shortages of these professionals. As well, there …

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Should you Renew your Green Card or Apply for US Citizenship?

If your green card is about to expire within six months, you may be wondering whether to apply for US citizenship or just to renew your green card. Your decision will depend on a few things. First, you will need to determine whether you are eligible for citizenship. If you have had your green card …

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Don’t Let That Green Card Expiration Date Sneak Up On You

Although a green card is proof of permanent residency, a green card itself is not permanent. Each green card has a green card expiration date, usually 10 years from the date that the card was issued. This is confusing for some people, but the green card expiration date was introduced in 1989 as a measure …

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