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The Critical Link between Conditional Green Card & Applying for U.S. Citizenship

The Critical Link between Conditional Green Card & Applying for U.S. Citizenship 

Playing the 6th Month Travel Game As A U.S. Permanent Resident? Not a Good Idea

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Ready to Apply for U.S. Citizenship but Unsure if Travel Outside the U.S. Disqualifies You?

Often travel outside of the United States is viewed as a simple matter when applying to naturalize to a United States Citizen. However, travel has the potential to undermine an entire N-400 Naturalization application. In contrast, a U.S. Permanent Resident should treat the travel factor as the exact 'science' it is before filing to become a U.S. Citizen.

Inadmissibility Issues to the United States? Consider Parole Instead!

Green Card Expiration and Applying for U.S. Citizenship

Our clients have always found it odd that a profession as important as nursing cannot qualify for an H-1B visa. H-1B visas are issued to specialty occupations, and indeed nursing is a specialized field. However, the legal definition of "Specialty Occupation" according to the Federal Regulations is a job position that requires the minimum of a 4 year bachelors degree. Educational requirements for registered nurses according to the U.S. Department of Labor Standards is a 2 year degree or diploma. And historically, this has caused the problem.

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