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Good Moral Character & USCIS Expanded Guidance
Good Moral Character & USCIS Expanded Guidance

For an individual to be granted naturalization , cancellation of removal, T-visa adjustment, or VAWA, they must demonstrate ‘good moral character’ for the statutory period. For naturalization, the statutory period is typically five years, three years for spouses of United ...

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Blog posts in Citizenship

  • Cancellation of Removal for Permanent Residents

    If you are a lawful permanent and you find yourself in removal proceedings, you’ve likely been convicted of a crime. You must speak with an ...

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  • Immigration Benefits for Non-Citizens in the U.S. Military

    The primary immigration benefit to non-citizens in the military is a fast-track to United States citizenship . An applicant for naturalization will ...

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  • The Trump Policy on Limiting Refugees

    There are two ways in which a person can seek refuge in the United States-as a refugee or as an asylee . In recent years the Trump administration has ...

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  • Rules for Deriving Citizenship

    What is Derivation of Citizenship? Derivation of citizenship applies to children who are lawful permanent residents, who are under the statutory age, ...

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  • Acquiring and Deriving Citizenship

    Besides naturalization , there are three ways that a child can obtain citizenship: birth in the United States, Acquisition of Citizenship, and ...

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  • Acquisition of Citizenship Rules

    Determining acquisition of citizenship is a four-step process: (1) determine if the parents were married or not (in wedlock or out of wedlock), (2) ...

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  • Naturalization and Good Moral Character

    Naturalization is a way for lawful permanent residents to become United States citizens. One of the basic requirements for a naturalization applicant ...

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  • U.S. Citizenship Oath of Allegiance Ceremony

    Once you’ve passed the naturalization interview, you’ll be scheduled to take the Oath of Allegiance. The Oath may be taken at a USCIS office or a U.S. ...

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  • Naturalization through Lawful Permanent Residency

    What is Naturalization? There are various ways for a foreign national to become a United States Citizen; naturalization, through permanent residency, ...

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