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October 2019 Archives

Can I become a naturalized citizen for serving in the military?

Green card holders can serve in the United States military. There is a common misconception that serving in the military automatically grants green card holders – i.e., permanent residents – U.S. citizenship. We debunked this myth in a previous post.

If the US government thinks your marriage is a fraud

When you arrived in Texas, you might have been one of thousands of immigrants who emigrated from other countries in order to marry the loves of their lives. Whether yours was a whirlwind relationship and you decided to start life afresh in the United States after only a few months of dating, or you and your partner have been together for years, you were likely excited and a bit nervous when you finally began bringing your marriage plan to fruition.

What is legal immigration? The nationwide misunderstanding

Immigration has been a heated topic of debate among political parties in recent years. Conservative groups pushing for stricter immigration restrictions all seem to tout the same basic principles: legal immigration is good; illegal immigration is bad.

Can I marry my foreign friend so they can stay in the country?

You may have a close friend who’s a foreign national living in the U.S. temporarily. Their visa may be expiring soon, and they’re worried about finding a way to remain in the U.S. You may wonder about marrying them as an easy way to resolve their immigration issue.

Disadvantages same-sex couples may have getting green cards

Obtaining a green card for a spouse who is not a U.S. citizen can be a challenging endeavor. But it can become even more complicated if you are part of a same-sex couple. While laws for same-sex couples and heterosexual couples regarding marriage are the same across the nation, there are still certain factors that can make the process harder for same-sex couples.

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