Benefits Of USAU.S. citizenship can only be obtained by birth or through naturalization. Naturalization is the process of obtaining U.S. citizenship for green card holders. Once a green card holder obtains citizenship, he or she must surrender the green card. Becoming a U.S. citizen has many advantages including the right to vote and the...more
Permanent Resident CardThe current green card (United States Permanent Resident Card) is not actually “green”. It got its name from the early version that was green. There is a difference between getting a green card and obtaining U.S. citizenship. A green card is normally issued for 10 years at the time and it must...more
(K3) (CR1) (IR1)At the present time Homeland Security is not processing K3 spousal or marriage visa petitions. Instead they are processing CR1/IR1 petitions. A CR1 visa will be issued by the Consulate if, at the issuance date, the couple has been married less than two years. An IR1 visa will be issued if they...more
Becoming a U.S. citizen has many advantages including the right to vote and the ability to sponsor relatives to come to the United States. The U.S. Citizenship Application (Form N-400) is completed by Lawful Permanent Residents (Green Card holders) over age 18 who meet the eligibility requirements to apply for citizenship.