I am a card holder since 2009, I have been not living in USA
HelloI am a green card holder since 2009, I have been not living in USA during this time I only have been in USA for 3-4 months and I got re-entry permit two times. currently I am living in USA and working here. I need to travel outside USA for another 6 months to complete my job their and then return back to live in USA. but my Green Card will expire in July-2019. my question is:- How long should I stay to get the citizenship?- is travelling outside USA and returning back will affect my situation?- is it possible to renew my green card even I did not live in USA?- if I moved in June 2017 to USA, will I be able to get the citizenship?- In case I lost my GC, and I want to submit replace it, I will get a new card with new expiration date or same expiration date?-
Immigration question: I'm a card holder since march of 2015
Immigration question:I'm a green card holder since march of 2015 and I got married to a US citizen in april 2016.I read on "A guide to naturalization" issued by USCIS that if you are married to a government contractor you can apply for your citizenship right away (no 3 years wait)My wife is a contractor to the Department of Education. Can I apply for my citizenship now or are there other requirements ?Thanks
My son is a permanent resident but is eligible to apply for
My son is a permanent resident but is eligible to apply for citizenship now. He is getting married in February to his fiancee who is from the Philippines. Should he apply for citizenship now hoping he gets the approval before February. If not should he wait to petition his wife after he gets his citizenship even if he got married to her in February as a permanent resident? Tell us the best way and faster way to have his wife join him here in the US.
Regarding an n-400 application: The last update I received
For Guiellermo:Regarding an n-400 application:The last update I received from mycase on USCIS egov is as follows:Fingerprint Appointment Was ScheduledOn May 10, 2016, we scheduled you for a fingerprint appointment and mailed you an appointment notice for Receipt Number xxxxxxxxxxxx. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your appointment notice by June 9, 2016, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request a copy of the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.The client already went for the fingerprint/biometerics appointment and is currently overseas. No further paper notification was sent to my knowledge. I am concerned that I am missing something. Is there an indication in the above notice of another appointment scheduled? Please advise.Thanks Guiellermo!
My friend. Yes, that's fine. A few weeks travel should not
For Guillermo:Hello my friend. Yes, that's fine. A few weeks travel should not be an issue or even a few months as long as you cannot add up to 180 days or more in a 12 month period while the N-400 is pending.Hi Guillermo, this is what you previously wrote. When does the 12 months start?
I am currently a permanent resident of the U.S. and am
I am currently a permanent resident of the U.S. and am eligible for naturalization. I am worried that there may be a problem during the naturalization process, because I have not kept an accurate record of the places I have moved to/lived at, in the last 5-10 years. I'm also uncertain if I have reported change of address to USCIS in a timely manner during these moves. What can I do?