The latest form is here - https://www.uscis.gov/n-400 You can now file ONLINE!! **FILING FEES INCREASE ON DECEMBER 23, 2016! **PHOTOGRAPHS UPDATE: ONLY applicants who reside OVERSEAS must provide two identical color photographs of yourself taken recently. Wahoo!! SECTION-BY-SECTION N-400 Application for Naturalization Instructions all in one video!! These videos are also offered as a series in a playlist on our channel. We have gotten requests to provide the videos both ways. Here is the link to the playlist as well - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMppfl2jmdOJrjgHhhfXnwxpMLfwbkekk
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://goo.gl/GX0WwE Por favor COMPARTE y dale LIKE a este video! Immigration information: Attorney Jessica Dominguez and her son JP Dominguez talk about the five requirements a legal permanent resident has to meet in order to apply for citizenship. Questions answered in this video: 1) How long do I have to be a legal permanent resident in order to apply for citizenship? 2) What are the basic requirements to apply? 3) Who can apply? 4) What happens if I have criminal record? 5) Which form do I need to fill out to apply for citizenship? For more information visit our website: http://jessicadominguez.com. Follow us on social media! Facebook: http://facebook.com/abogadalatina Twitter: http://twitter.com/abogadalatina Instagram: http://instagram.com/abogadalatina YOUTUBE DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this video is not to be considered legal advice for an individual, case or situation. This video does not pretend to create an attorney-client relationship with Jessica Dominguez. The sole purpose of this video is to offer gerenal information. La información contenida en este video tiene como único propósito brindar información general. La información contenida en youtube.com/jessicadomingueztv no pretende ser una garantía, o predicción respecto al resultado de cualquier representación hecha por Jessica Dominguez. La información en videos de JessicaDominguezTV no constituye una garantía, o pretende ser una garantía respecto al resultado de su asunto legal. Los resultados pueden variar dependiendo de los factores o circunstancias individuales de su asunto. El contenido y la información en videos de youtube.com/jessicadomingueztv no debe ser tomada como un consejo legal por algún individuo, caso o situación. Recibir o ver la información en este sitio de Internet no pretende crear una relación de abogado-cliente con Jessica Dominguez.
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UPDATED VIDEO - https://youtu.be/GrGe4cHVj0w N400: This video contains General Instructions for 2016 USCIS Form N-400 Application for Naturalization. All links listed in the video are in the comment section below. Please note: This is the first video in the series explaining the N-400. Future videos will go through the entire N-400 form step by step. Help support Essa Group by: - Subscribing to our channel - Sharing this video via social media (let us know you did this though a comment on this channel and we will select one winner each month to receive a free set of US Citizenship Test Civics Flash Cards!) - Purchasing anything from Amazon through our store: http://www.essagroup.org/store.html - Visiting our website at http://www.essagroup.org
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→Hello guys this is Sherry . (❤‿❤) After processing my N-400 for 5 months finally on Sept. 20, 2017 I became a U.S. Citizen. Yay!!!! Here are the link to check out : N-400, Application for Naturalization https://www.uscis.gov/n-400 General Steps in the Naturalization Process https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/apply-citizenship Step 1. Determine if you are already a U.S. citizen. Step 2. Determine if you are eligible to become a U.S. citizen. Step 3. Prepare your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. Step 4. Submit your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. Step 5. Go to the biometrics appointment, if applicable. Step 6. Complete the interview. Step 7. Receive a decision from USCIS on your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. Step 8. Receive a notice to take the Oath of Allegiance. Step 9. Take the Oath of Allegiance to the United States. Step 10. Understanding U.S. citizenship. Study for the Test https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/study-test Study Materials for the Civics Test https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/study-test/study-materials-civics-test Instructions for Application for Naturalization https://www.uscis.gov/system/files_force/files/form/n-400instr.pdf GENERAL WEBSITE TO VISIT www.uscis.gov VIDEOS I WATCHED TO PRACTICE FOR THE INTERVIEW US Citizenship Interview and Test 2017 (N-400) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WV58w1sQp5U N-400 Common Questions and Answers 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xq0fsNtSAtc Civics Practice Test for the US Citizenship Naturalization Test 2017, 2018 (USCIS OFFICIAL VIDEO) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AnRANrPLPU EXPLORE AND PRACTICE :) Good luck xo! ✿────────────────────── ✿ ☛PRETTY PLEASE ✓THUMBS UP ✓COMMENT ✓SUBSCRIBE ✿────────────────────── ✿ CONNECT WITH ME THROUGH : INSTAGRAM - http://instagram.com/ladylikemae/ FACEBOOK - ladylikemae ♍ THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT! LOVE YOU ALL (◕‿◕✿) not a sponsored videoツ
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US Citizenship Interview and Test 17 (N-400) This video shows how the entire citizenship naturalization test/interview looks like. It also goes on most of the questions (such as (yes/no) from the form N400. If you have questions feel free to comment below and we will get back to you whenever we can. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ★★★★★From Our Media Partner★★★★★ Practice Tests: https://www.citizenshiptime.com/practice-test/ Readers friendly-100 civics questions and answers with audio: https://www.citizenshiptime.com/civics-mp3-audio-version/ FAQs: https://www.citizenshiptime.com/faqs/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe our channel for similar contents. Follow us: Google+:https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1079152... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lalit4554 Twitter: https://twitter.com/LKYTV
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N400: See here for documents you need to send WITH your N-400 Application for U.S. Citizenship. **PHOTOGRAPHS UPDATE. Only applicants who reside overseas must provide two identical color photographs of yourself taken recently. The photos must have a white to off-white background, be printed on thin paper with a glossy finish, and be unmounted and unretouched. Passport-style photos must be 2” x 2”. The photos must be in color with full face, frontal view on a white to off-white background. Head height should measure 1” to 1 3/8” from top of hair to bottom of chin, and eye height is between 1 1/8” to 1 3/8” from bottom of photo. Your head must be bare, unless contrary to your religious beliefs. Using a pencil or felt pen, lightly print your name and A-Number (if any) on the back of the photo. https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/n-400instr.pdf See page 10 for photo information. Fee Waiver - https://www.uscis.gov/i-912 N-400 APPLICATION FEE INCREASE! The Form N-400 Application for U.S. Naturalization filing fee increases to $640 (plus $85 biometrics fee) on December 23, 2016. (Current filing fee is $595, plus $85 biometrics fee). Applications postmarked or filed ON OR AFTER December 23, 2016, MUST include the new fee or USCIS will reject your submission. Certain low-income applicants may pay a filing fee of $320. Please always visit the USCIS fees page before sending in any application. https://www.uscis.gov/forms/our-fees Help support Essa Group by: - Subscribing to our channel - Sharing this video via social media (let us know you did this though a comment on this channel and we will select one winner each month to receive a free set of US Citizenship Test Civics Flash Cards!) - Purchasing anything from Amazon through our store: http://www.essagroup.org/store.html - Visiting our website at http://www.essagroup.org
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2018 - EDITION Welcome to the US Citizenship Naturalization Civics Lessons for the United States citizenship Interview/Test 2018. There are 100 civics questions on the naturalization test. During the naturalization interview, applicants will be asked up to 10 questions from the list of 100 questions in English. You must answer correctly six (6) of the 10 questions to pass the civics test in English. You will not know in advance which questions the officer will ask. To be prepared, you should study all 100 questions and answers. That’s why we have produced this video which contains all 100 questions. The civics test is an oral test. Certain applicants, because of age and time as a permanent resident, are exempt from the English requirements for naturalization and may take the civics test in the language of their choice. Any future changes will be updated and posted in a new video. If you have any questions please leave a comment below. We will reply to every single questions or comment. Good Luck! (*) If you are 65 years old or older and have been a legal permanent resident of the United States for 20 or more years, you may study just the questions that have been marked with an asterisk. ~ *IMPORTANT LINKS BUZZFEED STYLE CITIZENSHIP QUIZZES: https://www.citizenshiptime.com/practice-test/ YOUR STATE'S INFO (SEN/GOV/REP/CAPITAL): https://www.citizenshiptime.com/states-info/ QUESTIONS?? : https://www.citizenshiptime.com/faqs/ ~ *If you like this video, don't forget to like, comment, share this video and Subscribe to our channel. https://www.youtube.com/c/katelalit https://www.facebook.com/KateLalitOfficial https://plus.google.com/+KateLalitOfficial https://twitter.com/KateLalit_YT
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Important information about what to do after becoming a United States Citizen. Social Security - https://www.ssa.gov/ Passport Information - https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en.html Register to Vote - https://vote.gov/ Certificate of Citizenship for children under 18 - https://www.uscis.gov/n-600
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http://bit.ly/citizenshipadvantages For help call us at (510) 742 5887 - http://immilawhelp.com With the United States and political candidates anti-immigration instances, many more people are actually applying for their citizenship this year. According to the Los Angeles Times article only in California, there are around 2.2 million people eligible to file for their citizenship or naturalization. From our experience most who are not filing for citizen is either because they do not have the means to pay for the high N-400 (Naturalization) fees or they do not want to lose their country’s of birth citizenship. For example many Indians prefer to stay on a green card rather than filing for citizenship because India does not allow dual citizenships. However many green card holders should actually consider to file for their citizenships because http://bit.ly/citizenshipadvantages This video covers the reasons why someone should actually be filing for US naturalization including: citizens vote, not deportable, immigration issues, staying abroad citizens, federal jobs for us citizens, why be a citizen?, citizenship application, citizenship benefits, citizenship news, being a us citizen, being a naturalized citizen.
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US Citizenship Naturalization Test Video▶▶ https://youtu.be/BX0tZkNhIBk Reading & Writing Vocabulary (Words & Sentences) for Citizenship Test▶▶ https://youtu.be/bgnNbPoKJr0 100 Civics Questions with “ONE ANSWER EACH” (SPANISH)▶▶ https://youtu.be/2rqdl5VaIKI 100 Civics Questions with “ONE ANSWER EACH” (ENGLISH)▶▶ https://youtu.be/fxZxKmiGNwI N400 - Yes and No Questions▶▶ https://youtu.be/pRZojT3zldQ 5 Important Steps After Your Naturalization▶▶ https://youtu.be/eJ4aQsOWWTA ~ 100 TEST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS for the US Citizenship Naturalization INTERVIEW/TEST 2018. This US Citizenship Naturalization civics lessons for citizenship Interview/Test will work for the year 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. Any changes will updated and posted in a new video. If you have any questions please leave a comment below. We will reply to every single questions or comments. Good Luck! ~ ★Visit our website- its 100% Free and Secure★ Practice Tests: https://www.citizenshiptime.com/practice-test/ Readers friendly-100 civics questions and answers with audio: https://www.citizenshiptime.com/civics-mp3-audio-version/ FAQs: https://www.citizenshiptime.com/faqs/ ~ US Citizenship Test 2018 (OFFICIAL) US citizenship test also known as Naturalization test. There are all 100 questions put together by us. Hope you will find it helpful. Best of luck to all of the exam givers from our team. ~ If you like our videos please SUBSCRIBE our channel. This will encourage us to work even harder and bring more videos like this.
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Learn what to expect after you file your N-400, Application for Naturalization. Important links below: NEW Processing Time webpage! https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/ Check your Case Status online with your receipt number - https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do Submit a Case Inquiry - https://egov.uscis.gov/e-Request/Intro.do Change of Address - https://egov.uscis.gov/coa/displayCOAInitForm.do Processing Times for Local Field Offices - https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDisplayInit.do
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This video covers all the Yes and No questions from N-400 Form (Application for US Citizenship/Naturalization). This is crucial part of your citizenship application, therefore please be extra cautious while filing up your application. Also, these questions will be asked you in Naturalization interview/test. Take your time to review it. If you have any questions about the questions, feel free to drop a comment below, we will try to find a solution for you. If you like this video, don't forget to like, comment, share this video and Subscribe to our channel. ~ https://www.facebook.com/KateLalitOfficial https://plus.google.com/+KateLalitOfficial https://twitter.com/KateLalit_YT
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1. Access to public benefits:You might be thinking to yourself, "I don't need access to public benefits, because I'm healthy and I work." However, good health is never guaranteed and everyone is getting older. 2. Voting: Only Us citizen can vote in federal elections. 3. U.S. passport: All citizens have the right to a U.S. passport. A U.S. passport allows you not only to travel internationally, in many cases without needing a visa, but also to re-enter the United States freely. 4. Ability to petition for family members:Adult U.S. citizens can file immigration petitions for additional categories of family members. 5. Not be deported: Though green card holders have permanent immigrant status, they still may be deported for such reasons as committing a serious crime. 6. Scholarships and grants 7. Automatic citizenship for your Lawful Permanent Resident children under 18 8. Possible dual citizenship: 9. Run for public office: Only U.S. citizens can run for public office. 10. Federal jobs: Some of the best jobs in the U.S. are federal government jobs and these jobs are only available to U.S. citizens. 11. Participate in a Federal jury: U.S. citizens are chosen at random to participate in a federal jury to help determine the guilt or innocence of an accused. 12. A more intangible advantage of US citizenship is the sense of belonging that citizens feel. 13. Benefit from US tax laws. 14. Become eligible for free money. Would you like to apply for university scholarships or be eligible for in-state college tuition? Perhaps you want to try and get a government grant or monetary award. Many of these options are available only to US citizens.
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WEBSITE: WWW.USAMONDE.COM FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/usamonde/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/USAMONDE GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/u/1/ How soon can I apply for us citizenship is what today's video is about. In this tutorial video I give you an example of how to calculate the exact date you can apply for your us citizenship. I hope you love it and thanks for watching.
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Follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/myimmigrationlawyer Call us 619 819 92 04 or visit http://www.h1b.biz with any questions If you are considering to apply for US Citizenship, you may wonder where to start. In this Video we will cover the steps involved in the Process. General Steps in the Process: Read A Guide to Naturalization for information on the naturalization process. Determine if you are eligible to apply for citizenship. Review the naturalization eligibility worksheet to help you decide if you are eligible to apply for naturalization. Download Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. Complete your application. Have two passport-style photographs taken. Collect the necessary documents. Review the document checklist to assist you as you collect your documents. Send your application package and filing fee to the appropriate Lockbox Facility or Service Center. Receive an appointment letter for biometric services from USCIS. Visit a USCIS fingerprinting location and have fingerprints taken. Receive an appointment for an interview with a USCIS Officer. Go to your local USCIS office at the specified time. Bring state-issued identification, Permanent Resident Card, and any additional documents specific to your case. Answer questions about your application and background. Take the English and civics tests. Await a decision on your case.
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Ready to apply for citizenship? Visit: http://us.fileright.com/forms/n400-us-citizenship/ How long does it take to go from an immigrant to a citizen of the United States. Immigration lawyer Hana Boston answers this question in this short video. FileRight.com is the easy, affordable way to complete your U.S. immigration applications online. Our software walks you through all your forms, checks for incomplete answers and ensures your application is 100% complete! You can complete your form in English or Spanish and we provide 24/7 technical support along the way. For more, visit http://www.fileright.com Video Transcript: Currently, it takes about six months to a year to get US Citizenship from the time you apply. But the process actually starts when you first get your US green card. In order to be eligible for citizenship, you must meet six basic requirements. One - Be a lawful permanent resident, also known as a green card holder Two - Be at least eighteen years old Three - Have had a green card for at least five years. Or, if you are married to a U.S. citizen, for three years. Four - Have lived in the same state for at least three months before applying. Five - Be a person of good moral character. And Six - Be able to understand and speak basic English. The next step in the process is to file Form N-four-hundred, Application for Naturalization. Naturalization is the term for becoming a U.S. citizen. Start your N-400 application now at: http://us.fileright.com/forms/n400-us-citizenship/ The USCIS can take six months to about a year to process Form N-four-hundred depending on where you file the form. The form’s instructions indicate which office you are to send your application based on where you live in the U.S. Different offices may have different processing times. After the USCIS accepts your application, you’ll have to go to a biometrics appointment - where they’ll take your fingerprints and run a background check. Once that’s completed, you will attend a citizenship interview with an immigration officer. Here, you’ll take the English and civics test, as well as answer questions about your application. If the citizenship interview goes well, and you pass both tests, you’ll be scheduled to attend a citizenship ceremony. Here you’ll take the Oath of Allegiance. Once you’re done with this step you’ll be a full citizen of the United States! If you want to learn more about U.S. citizenship, visit http://www.fileright.com today for more information.
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In order to apply for U.S. citizenship, go to uscis.gov and learn about the application process for naturalization. Consider hiring a lawyer that specializes in immigration with tips from a certified civil mediator in this free video on immigration law and applying for U.S. citizenship. Expert: Robert M. Todd Contact: www.wearehdtv.com Bio: Robert Todd is the managing partner and president of Robert M. Todd, P.A. and Family Law Solutions. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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There are several ways to become a lawful permanent resident (get a green card) without having to marry a U.S. citizen, as California immigration law attorney Andres Ortiz explains. One if to get asylum. Another is a family petition through a U.S. citizen over 21 years of age. The third is a "U visa" for someone who is the victim of a serious crime. More info at https://www.shouselaw.com/visas
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http://www.cheryldavidlaw.com/ People ask me if they are eligible for citizenship. In order to be eligible for citizenship, you have to have a green card for three years if you’re married to a United States citizen or five years if you’re not married to a United States citizen. In order to be eligible, you also have to be over 18 years old, demonstrate both physical presence in the United States and continuous presence, and demonstrate that you are a person of good moral character. The requirement for physical presence is that out of the last five years, you have been physically present in the United States for the last two and a half years, and you actually have to count the dates. In addition to the physical presence requirement, you need to show continuous presence. In order to demonstrate continuous presence, you need to show that you have not been outside the United States for more than six months at a time, consecutively. If you’ve been out of the United States once a week every year for the last five years, more likely than not you’re going to qualify for citizenship. If you’ve been outside the United States consecutively for more than six months, there’s a presumption that you have broken up your continuous presence. It’s a rebuttable presumption if you can demonstrate that your absence from the United States was due to family illness or an emergency overseas, but you’ve maintained a bank account, your tax return’s here in the United States, and have kept your job. It’s very hard to get approved if you’ve stayed out of the United States for more than six months. If you’ve been out of the United States consecutively for more than one year, you are not going to be eligible for US citizenship. In addition to the physical presence requirement and the continuous presence requirement, you need to demonstrate good moral character. That’s defined in the statute. Obviously, certain issues such as criminal history or lying to immigration under oath will possibly make you ineligible for citizenship. The rules for citizenship and being eligible can be very easy if you don’t have any negative history in your past. However, if you do have some type of negative history, it can complicate your situation. It’s important for the immigration lawyer to understand how you got your green card, to make sure that was done in a correct and legal manner. You don’t want to apply for citizenship and, at the same time, have your green card taken away. If you think you have issues concerning your citizenship or questions about whether you qualify, it’s really important to talk to an immigration lawyer, and I’d be happy to discuss your situation with you at any time.
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GOOD NEWS: USCIS Form N-400 Online Application for Naturalization Applicants can file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization online through their USCIS online account. When they use the interactive Form N- 400, applicants will see questions, alerts, and notifications specific to the answers they provide while completing the form. Applicants will also see prompts and reminders to upload required evidence. This means each person follows a personalized path for completing the form based on the information that they provide. By using the online account, applicants will be able to: Update personal information online. Answer optional questions in the Naturalization Eligibility Tool to help determine their eligibility for naturalization. Create, edit, save, or delete a draft application. Upload evidence. Pay any fees and submit the application. View real-time case information and the history of their interactions with USCIS. Securely and directly communicate with USCIS about their case. Currently, individuals can create a unique, online account and file their Form N-400 online, with only three exceptions. At this time, applicants must submit a paper Form N-400 if: They are applying for citizenship based on having served in the U.S armed forces or based on their current service. They want to apply from outside of the United States, or, They are requesting a fee waiver or reduced fee. USCIS is also introducing an online naturalization eligibility tool that helps intending applicants determine if they may be eligible to apply for naturalization. This optional tool provides information about the most common eligibility requirements for naturalization. We encourage you to share this option for an online and interactive filing experience with your clients who are ready to file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. N-400 Online Filing Tool: https://www.uscis.gov/n-400 USCIS Onluine Account: https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gUSov/ Thanks to USCIS for helping us become new US citizens in the New Year
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The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program allows wealthy foreign nationals to buy their way to U.S. citizenship, for the low, low price of $1,000,000 – here's how. » Subscribe to NowThis World: http://go.nowth.is/World_Subscribe Connect with NowThis » Subscribe to NowThis News: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe » Like us on Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/News_Facebook » Tweet us on Twitter: http://go.nowth.is/News_Twitter » Follow us on Instagram: http://go.nowth.is/News_Instagram » Find us on Snapchat Discover: http://go.nowth.is/News_Snapchat Connect with Versha: » Follow @versharma on Twitter: http://go.nowth.is/TweetVersha » Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/LikeVersha Connect with Judah: » Follow @judah_robinson on Twitter: http://go.nowth.is/TweetJudah » Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/LikeJudah NowThis World is dedicated to bringing you topical explainers about the world around you. Each week we’ll be exploring current stories in international news, by examining the facts, providing historical context, and outlining the key players involved. We’ll also highlight powerful countries, ideologies, influential leaders, and ongoing global conflicts that are shaping the current landscape of the international community across the globe today. http://www.youtube.com/nowthisworld
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Attorney Lauren Eagan discusses three ways that an individual born abroad may be able to acquire U.S. citizenship through their parents. For more information, contact Eagan Immigration at www.eaganimmigration.com. Eagan Immigration and Lauren A. Eagan make no representation or warranty regarding the accuracy, reliability, completeness, currentness, or timeliness of any information provided. These videos are provided for information only. They do not constitute endorsements of any situations or legal tactics or advice. All information contained herein should not be used as a substitute for the advice of an appropriately qualified and licensed lawyer. The information provided here is for educational and informational purposes only. In no way should it be considered as offering legal advice. Please check with a lawyer if you have questions about your specific case. By watching this video you understand there is no attorney client relationship between you and Eagan Immigration or Lauren A. Eagan. Eagan Immigration and Lauren A. Eagan assume no liability for the use of this video and/or any additional postings.
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The United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) has many rules and regulations for becoming a citizen. If you meet all the necessary requirements, you can gain U.S. citizenship and enjoy all the benefits that come with it. Here is a look at seven steps you should review for becoming a U.S. citizen.
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http://www.apsanlaw.com In order to bring your spouse (husband or wife) to live in the United States as a permanent resident (green card holder), you must be either a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. "Our office has assisted many thousand of couples in applying for a Green Card through marriage. We have also succeeded in hundreds of 601 waiver cases for people that have either entered the U.S. illegaly or overstayed their visa." Spouse of A U.S. Citizen Inside The United States - Adjustment of Status The spouse of a United States citizen can qualify for "adjustment of Status " while in the United States as an "immediate relative" immigrant. This can be done only if the spouse (1) entered with a visa or visa waiver program or (2) if they entered illegally or are out of status an application for immigrant status with the USCIS was filed before 4/30/01 or with the department of labor for Labor Certification before 4/30/01 or they were derivative beneficiary of a parents petition. All other spouse of U.S. Citizens that either entered illegally in the United may have to apply for a waiver of the 3/10-year bar. The adjustment of Status application is filed with the local USCIS office having jurisdiction over the Petitioner's residence. The packet is generally filed with an application for Employment Authorization and if desired with a permission to travel during the process (Advance Parole), if they have not been out of status for a period of over 6 months on the date of filing. A few months later a notice is sent directing the applicant to (1) appear for processing of the employment authorization (EAD) (2) take fingerprints (3) appear for the adjustment interview. On the date of the adjustment interview you should be granted a permanent Immigrant Visa (Green Card). The spouse may file for U.S. citizenship 3 years after the approval of the Permanent Visa (Green Card). Spouse of A U.S. Citizen Living Outside The United States The first step in establishing your eligibility to immigrate to the United States is to have your U.S. citizen spouse file an Immigrant Visa Petition with the office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) having jurisdiction over his/her place of residence. Petitions Required to be Filed in the U.S. -- File the I-130 petitions at the USCIS Service Center having jurisdiction over their place of U.S. residence. Filing Petitions Abroad - Petitions, Form I-130, which can be filed abroad, are limited. Petitions for immediate relative immigrant or 1st preference petition classifications can be filed abroad by American citizen petitioners who have been authorized to be continuously resident in their consular districts for at least the preceding six months, including members of the U.S. armed forces, emergency cases involving life and death or health and safety, and others determined to be in the national interest. Petitions are filed with USCIS abroad or at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate (when there is no USCIS presence). If the U.S. citizen parent (the petitioner) presently resides abroad, s/he can file petition by post to the USCIS office at the Embassy. Proof of residence in the country is required If the petition is approved, the petition will be forwarded to the National Visa Center and will eventually send the approved petition to the Immigrant Visa Branch at this Embassy for further processing of the visa. If your U.S. citizen spouse resides in the U.S. s/he should file with the USCIS office having jurisdiction over his/her place of residence in the United States. The processing can take several months. USCIS will send the approved petition to the National Visa Center (NVC) for further processing NVC plays an important role in the U.S. immigration process. NVC provides instructions to petitioners and sponsors, and receives from sponsors, the required Affidavit of Support forms, fees, other required documents, and much more. For numerically limited family preference petitions, NVC contacts the petitioner once the petition's immigration wait nears end, and the priority date is about to come current. The NVC will send you a package to prepare. This package contains all the vital information needed to approve the Permanent Visa (Green Card). You will send the completed package to the U.S. consulate were the parent resides. The U.S. Consulate will notify you of the interview date and the address for the medical exam and fingerprints once the priority date become current. Accompanying Children If the child of the spouse of the United States citizen has a child and if their marriage occurred prior to the child's 18th birthday, the U.S. citizen can file a separate petition as a stepfather of the wife's child. The child's case will be processed similarly to the mother.
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Every year, thousands of people across the U.S. become naturalized citizens. AJ+ follows one of them, Ana, as she reflects on what it means to become a new American citizen. Subscribe for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV3Nm3T-XAgVhKH9jT0ViRg?sub_confirmation=1 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajplusenglish Download the AJ+ app at http://www.ajplus.net/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajplus
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One of my subscribers asked me how my wife's US Citizenship would affect her status in the Philippines (her Philippine passport/citizenship, etc). Here's my answer to that question as I understand it.
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Naturalization is the process by which foreign nationals apply for and obtain US Citizenship. Find out who qualifies for Naturalization, the basic requirements, and the dos and don'ts. Visit http://www.VisaProLaw.com and request a FREE Case Evaluation today if you have any questions about how to become a US Citizen. FREE Immigration Consultation: http://www.visaprolaw.com/us-immigration-service/immigration-free-consultation Immigration Law FAQ: http://faq.visapro.com VisaPro Immigration Law Firm - http://www.visaprolaw.com
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Information on how a green card holder can become a U.S. Citizen.
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Immigration Attorney Moses Apsan (http://www.apsanlaw.com) explains how a U.S.citizen can help their parents obtain lawful permanent residency(Green Card) in the United States. One of the most effective ways for immigrants to apply for permanent legal residence status in the United States is to have an "Immediate Relative" in the United States file a petition on their behalf. A prent of a U.S. citizen is an immediate relative. In order to qualify as an immediate realtive of a U.S. citizen child, the child must be over the age of 21. Stepparents and stepchildren may also qualify as "Immediate Relatives" if the marriage creating the stepparent/stepchild relationship occurred before the stepchild's 18th birthday. One of the main benefits of being an "Immediate Relative" of a United States citizen is that there is no limit on the number of visas available for the relative to migrate to the U.S. This benefit is not available in other status categories, where there is an annual quota. And that means that there is no real delay, except for processing time, for a parent of a U.S. citizen to be granted their Green Card. Five years after obtaining their green card, the parent may apply for U.S. citizenship. The time to process a case depends on whether the parent is in the United States with a legal entry or is living outside the United States. In the United States the process is called Adjustment of Status and it takes about 6 months. If the parent is outside the U.S., it is called consular processing, and it can take about 10 months or so.
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Visit: http://legal-forms.laws.com/immigration/n-400 To download the N-400 form in printable format and to know about the use of this form, who can use this N-400 form and when one should use this N-400 form. To Learn how to fill Various legal form, Go to http://www.youtube.com/user/FreeLegalForms/videos
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Does the US ban dual citizenship? If so, how do they do it? Just to make it very clear, the United States allows dual citizenship. However, if you're a US citizen, you should use US passport to get into and out of the country. There's a common misunderstanding that having a second passport means you can use it whenever you want, but it's not that simple. If you're a US citizen, you're supposed to leave and enter the country as one, otherwise, there could be problems. On the other hand, having a second passport or several of them is a great way to ensure yourself. The truth is that any country will, if you have their passport, hold you solely as their citizen, they're not interested in your other citizenships. From that point of view, it's only logical that any country, especially the US, will require you to enter and exit the country as their citizen. So this is a restriction to bear in mind, and if you need more information on which countries allow dual citizenship, read this article: http://nomadcapitalist.com/2014/04/25/countries-allow-dual-citizenship/ Which dual citizenship would you like to obtain? Let's talk in the comments. --- ABOUT NOMAD CAPITALIST Andrew Henderson travels to nearly 30 countries every year to stay up to date on the latest legal strategies for entrepreneurs and investors to pay less tax, grow their money faster, and build their personal freedom. Andrew started Nomad Capitalist to help people like you follow his five magic words: "go where you're treated best". He has personally started foreign companies, opened offshore bank accounts, and obtained multiple second passports. He also learned the hard way that perpetual information seeking is often the biggest barrier to getting the results you want. Many entrepreneurs spend months and even years constantly researching how to pay less in tax or live overseas, but are afraid to make the jump. As a result, they get stuck and keep paying a fortune in taxes and never get the lifestyle they deserve. Nomad Capitalist's Youtube channel is based on Andrew's vision that focusing on the end result, rather than the latest shiny object, is the best way to actually obtain the benefits of the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle. About Andrew: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com/about/ Our website: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com Our blog: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com/blog/ Work with Andrew: http://www.holanomad.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nomadcapitalist/ Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nomadcapitalist
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CITIZENSHIP QUESTIONS: Overview of U.S. policies on dual citizenship. Help support Essa Group by: - Subscribing to our channel - Sharing this video via social media (let us know you did this though a comment on this channel and we will select one winner each month to receive a free set of US Citizenship Test Civics Flash Cards!) - Purchasing anything from Amazon through our store: http://www.essagroup.org/store.html - Visiting our website at http://www.essagroup.org
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Brad Bernstein from Spar & Bernstein Law Firm discusses how to obtain your Green Card based off a Marriage to a US citizen. If you have just married a United States Citizen, Spar & Bernstein can help adjust your status. Whether you need a green card, you're out of status if you overstayed your visa, or if you are in legal status on a non-immigrant visa, or someone who entered the country without inspection but is grandfathered in under section 245i Spar & Bernstein can help. Brad discusses how to prepare your adjustment of status application. This video clip is part if the Spar & Bernstein Educational Series on Immigration. All videos are designed to help you understand and navigate the often complex processes of U.S. immigration. This clip focuses on how to obtain a green card via marriage to a U.S. citizen. To schedule a consultation with The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, please call 1-800-529.5465 (within USA) or 1-212-227-3636 (outside of USA). For more information visit: https://www.lawsb.com Disclaimer: This media presentation is an attorney advertisement brought to you by The Law Offices of Spar and Bernstein and Linkup Media. Any information provided in this presentation should not be considered legal advice and does not take the place of consulting with an attorney. The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein expressly denies that an attorney-client relationship is formed between The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein and any and/or particular listeners/viewers of this show, unless and until the parties have come to a paid agreement regarding legal representation. The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein is proud of its past achievements, but its prior success does not guarantee a similar outcome in the future.
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To apply for naturalization, you will need to file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. usimmigration-center.com has helped many people to successfully complete and file the Form N-400 with USCIS. Not sure if you qualify for U.S. Citizenship? Check now for FREE - Call us at 888-943-4625 (or) Visit here. http://bit.ly/23cGtfw
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Are you eligible to obtain a green card through marriage? What is the process for obtaining a green card (lawful permanent residency)?
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http://www.visacoach.com/citizenship-fee.html The spouse of a US citizen may apply to become a US citizen after 3 years of permanent residency. A lawful permanent resident, not married to a US citizen may apply after 5 years of permanent residency.The process to apply for US citizenship is called Naturalization. The fees needed to apply with form N-400 are as follows: Biometrics: $85 Once the Naturalization petition has been submitted, one to two months later, the applicant is required to go to a USCIS office for fingerprinting and to have an ID photo taken. This is called biometrics. Naturalization Application Fee: $640 This fee together with the biometrics fee, is sent along with your application. Total Cost for Naturalization Biometrics: $ 85 Application Fee: $640 Total: $725 To Schedule your Free Consultation with Fred Wahl, the Visa Coach visit http://www.visacoach.com/talk.html or Call - 1-800-806-3210 ext 702 or 1-213-341-0808 ext 702 Bonus eBook “5 Things you Must Know before Applying for your Visa” get it at http://www.visacoach.com/five.html Fiancee or Spouse visa, Which one is right for you? http://imm.guru/k1vscr1 What makes VisaCoach Special? Ans: Personally Crafted Front Loaded Presentations. Front Loaded Fiance Visa Petition http://imm.guru/front Front Loaded Spouse Visa Petition http://imm.guru/frontcr1 K1 Fiancee Visa http://imm.guru/k1 K1 Fiance Visa Timeline http://imm.guru/k1time CR1 Spousal Visa http://imm.guru/cr1 CR1 Spouse Visa Timeline http://imm.guru/cr108 Green Card /Adjustment of Status http://imm.guru/gc
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Applicants can file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization online through their USCIS online account. When they use the interactive Form N-400, applicants will see questions, alerts, and notifications specific to the answers they provide while completing the form. Applicants will also see prompts and reminders to upload required evidence. This means each person follows a personalized path for completing the form based on the information that they provide. By using the online account, applicants will be able to: Update personal information online. Answer optional questions in the Naturalization Eligibility Tool to help determine their eligibility for naturalization. Create, edit, save, or delete a draft application. Upload evidence. Pay any fees and submit the application. View real-time case information and the history of their interactions with USCIS. Securely and directly communicate with USCIS about their case. Currently, individuals can create a unique, online account and file their Form N-400 online, with only three exceptions. At this time, applicants must submit a paper Form N-400 if: They are applying for citizenship based on having served in the U.S armed forces or based on their current service. They want to apply from outside of the United States, or, They are requesting a fee waiver or reduced fee. USCIS is also introducing an online naturalization eligibility tool that helps intending applicants determine if they may be eligible to apply for naturalization. This optional tool provides information about the most common eligibility requirements for naturalization. We encourage you to file your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization online. (text source: USCIS email announcement) N-400 Online Filing Tool: https://www.uscis.gov/n-400 USCIS Online Account: https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov Thanks to USCIS for helping us become new US citizens in the New Year USCIS N-400 Online Screencast 1 of 4: Create Your Account https://youtu.be/ptxwRRJhzdM USCIS N-400 Online Screencast 2 of 4: Eligibility https://youtu.be/nRDL820J5xs USCIS N-400 Online Screencast 3 of 4: Personal Info (Parts 1-11) https://youtu.be/_boZd9P9fLw USCIS N-400 Online Screencast 4 of 4: Moral Character (Part 12) https://youtu.be/m-s8NeLt1qI
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WHAT IS MAVNI? Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) is a recruiting program that allows legal non-citizens with in-demand skills to join the Army in exchange for expedited U.S. citizenship. How to Apply for MAVNI To sign up for MAVNI, you will have to share your passport, I-94 card, I-797 form, your employment authorization document, or other government issued documents proving your legal presence in the United States. Applicants will have to go through background checks, security screenings, and meet all the other general requirements of becoming a U.S. citizen. If you are interested, visit the U.S. Army MAVNI page or contact your local U.S. military recruiting office. LOCATE A RECRUITER http://www.goarmy.com/locate-a-recruiter.html This is unoffical and is not being held by the Army but by myself and a few others. We will do our best to answer questions as much as possible.
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Tony Airitam is and always has been a U.S. citizen. “Born in Brooklyn, New York. In a hospital. It’s all documented,” he said.
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Our Website: https://hackinglawpractice.com/ My Podcast: https://immigrationanswershow.com/ Most people are aware that if you are born in the U.S., you are automatically a U.S. citizen. People are not aware that there are other situations where you can become a citizen by operation of law. Typically, these situations involve the birth of a child to a U.S. citizen where the birth occurs outside of the U.S. People can also become citizens if their parent naturalizes before they turn 18, under certain circumstances. This video explains why and how someone can become a citizen by operation of law. We also discuss how the N-600 Application for Certificate of Citizenship also helps alert USCIS of the fact of citizenship. TRANSCRIPT: What is a Certificate of Citizenship and why do I need it? Hi, I'm Jim Hacking, immigration attorney here in St. Louis, Missouri. A lot of people are familiar with the naturalization process, but they're not always sure what happens when their child becomes a citizen, or how their children can become citizens as a matter of law. The answer to that question is you file for an application for Certificate of Citizenship. Sometimes people become citizens by operation of law and they need proof of that status. Either they need it for a job, or to get a passport. Or most importantly, they need it to be able to get priority in sponsoring other family members to come to the United States. Without that Certificate of Citizenship, a lot of times the immigration service keeps you recorded as a green card holder and that can slow down your immigration case later. Let's talk about how it works. How can someone become a citizen by operation of law? Basically, there's two ways where you would get citizenship by operation of law and the immigration service might not necessarily know it. The first is if you're born outside the United States to a U.S. Citizen parent. Obviously a lot of people know that if you're born inside the United States you're automatically a citizen. That can also be true if you're born outside the Unites States, but you need to document that. You need to go through certain hoops, so that immigration service treats you as the citizen that you are. Other people can become a citizen by operation of law when their parent becomes a U.S. Citizen. If you are a green card holder, and if you're in the United States and your parent becomes a U.S. Citizen. If they are your biological father or mother and they do it before you turn 18, if you're in the United States with them and in their physical custody at the time that happens, under current law you would then become a citizen by operation of law. The procedure's actually pretty straight forward. You file an N-600, that's the name of the application. You file the supporting documents and you explain in a letter to the immigration service why it is that you believe that you are a citizen by operation of law. Basically, what the N-600 in this application does is it alerts the immigration service to a change that might have already occurred. It's a way for you to establish once and for all that you are in fact a citizen. Adopted children can become citizens by operation of law and are entitled to that Certificate of Citizenship under certain circumstances. But it's important to keep in mind that step-children cannot obtain citizenship through this part of the immigration process. If you have any questions about the N-600, about applying for a Certificate of Citizenship, give us a call at 314-961-8200. Or you can always e-mail us, firstname.lastname@example.org . We'd be happy to help you get squared away. Thanks a lot and have a good day. Twitter: @jimhacking Firm Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hackinglawpractice/ Immigrant Home (Private Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/176839752725232/
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Under the Child Citizenship Act of 2000, many permanent resident children may already be United States Citizens. The Act provides that "a child born outside of the United States automatically becomes a citizen of the United States when all of the following conditions have been fulfilled: At least one of the child’s parents is a U.S. citizen by birth or naturalization; The child is under 18 years of age; The child is residing in or has resided in the United States in the legal and physical custody of the U.S. citizen parent pursuant to a lawful admission for permanent residence." Individuals who fall within the above criteria would need to investigate whether filing an N-600 Application for Citizenship is more appropriate, rather than the N-400 Application for Naturalization. For more information, please contact our office at 732-516-1717 or visit our website for more information at http://njimmigrationattorney.com. The video is not legal advice nor intended to create an attorney-client relationship.
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http://www.cheryldavidlaw.com/ Often I get approached about somebody who’s been arrested and then wants to apply for a citizenship. They want to know, does my arrest affect my application for citizenship? The answer to this question depends on the situation. It can not only affect your application for citizenship, of course, it can affect whether or not you can keep your green card. Clearly, the more severe the crime is the more danger you are of actually losing your green card and being denied for citizenship. In the statute and regulations under the Immigration Nationality Law, they are very clear about who eligible, and who is not, for citizenship depending on the crime. Each crime is specific to your application, so I would need to know for sure what exactly you were convicted of. In general, though, because one of the requirements is that you demonstrate that you’ve been of good moral character for the last five years before applying for citizenship, you don’t want to have any arrests. I generally tell people, if you were arrested within the last five years, you probably shouldn’t apply for citizenship. Again, depending on what the outcome is. In general, if the case was dismissed, you may be eligible for citizenship, or may get your application approved. However, immigration does have the authority under a general catchall provision to deny the case just by virtue of the fact that you were arrested. If you have something a lot more complicated, or you’re not sure about whether it’s complicated, it’s super important that you talk to an immigration lawyer so they can understand the nature of the offense. In cases where you have criminal convictions, you don’t want to lose the green card and worry about whether or not you’re going to be eligible for citizenship. If you have questions about any arrests or convictions, and how that affects your eligibility for citizenship, please contact my office. I’d be happy to discuss your situation with you.
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Newest U.S. Citizen N-400 Form General Instructions video. N400. All links listed in the video are in the comment section below. Please note: This is the first video in the series explaining the N-400. Future videos will go through the entire N-400 form step by step. Subscribe below to receive all the videos in this series. Help support Essa Group by: - Subscribing to our channel - Sharing this video via social media (let us know you did this though a comment on this channel and we will select one winner each month to receive a free set of US Citizenship Test Civics Flash Cards!) - Purchasing anything from Amazon through our store: http://www.essagroup.org/store.html - Visiting our website at http://www.essagroup.org
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