I have had a Card for about 15 years and now that the Brits
Hi there:I have had a Green Card for about 15 years and now that the Brits have voted to Leave the EU, I am seriously considering getting my US Citizenship.In order to help make that decision, I appreciate if you could help me in answering the following questions:1) I currently have a British passport. I am told that I can get US citizenship, and still keep my British passport. Is this correct?2) During the past 2 years I have been spending a lot of time outside the US (more than 6 months over the course of the year, while I have been building up a new business). However, I still reside in the US, am married to a US citizen, and have a US child (plus 2 other children from a previous marriage to a US citizen). All my income is generated in the United States, through a business that I own, US based. I file annual taxes in the US and am fully paid up. Is the fact that I have been spending more than 6 months per annum the past few years an issue with now getting my US citizenship?3) I am currently in France, although I am returning to the US next week for a while (and hence the timing of this question). Do I need to be in the US in order to file for my US citizenship? Or can I file for citizenship at a US embassy or consulate in Europe?4) Once I have filed (either in US or overseas) can I travel as much as I like in and out of the United States? Are there any travel restrictions? Obviously, I will have my British passport to travel on.5) Must I file my application in person, or can I mail it in?6) How long does the application process take?7) Do I have to take the test, or do anything else, in the same location where I file for my citizenship? Or can I take it / do it anywhere?8) Is there any benefit to hiring an attorney to help me through the process, or is this something a reasonably intelligent native English speaking person can do on their own?Thank you for your time!James
My daughter is married to an American citizen, they reside
My daughter is married to an American citizen, they reside in Canada and have a baby that is born in Canada. I believe the child will have dual citizenship. If they travel to the U.S. And his family along with him try to prevent my daughter from returning home to Canada with her baby, what are her rights?
I am a Libyan citizen had my master's degree from a US
Hi,I am a Libyan citizen had my master's degree from a US university and currently in post-completion OPT status. I received my EAD which is valid until Jul 2017. My wife has a dual citizenship (Libyan and UK) and she got her Visa twice (the last one was in 2015) on the Libyan passport. Now she is going to apply again for the Visa in the UK but this time using the British passport instead of the Libyan passport for the first time. Does that might cause any issues with the Visa process?
I am a green card holder and live in the US. I am a Canadian
I am a green card holder and live in the US. I am a Canadian Citizen.I am original from Taiwan (was born in Taiwan) and immigrant to Canada in early 1990. I obtained my Canadian citizenship in mid 1990 by naturalization.If I apply for US citizenship, will it affect my Canadian and/or Taiwanese Citizenship?Does US allow me to keep my Canadian and Taiwanese Citizenship?
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I'm on probation years term and have dual citizenship
Hi , I'm on probation for five years term and have dual citizenship usa and my country , my question is will my name appear that I'm on probation when they scan my passport at the airport(jfk) I didn't surrender my passport.
I have US PR since 2008. In between I lived in Canada and
I have US PR since 2008. In between I lived in Canada and now I am back living in US.Now, If I accept getting Canadian Citizenship being a US PR living in US, would that be a problem for me for my US PR. Also I want to apply and become US citizen in future, would there be any problem?