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Immigration Issues for Noncitizen Nationals. What is a Non Citizen National?

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Naturalization, US Citizenship

What is a Non Citizen National? Non citizen nationals are not considered U.S citizens, but they are also not illegal immigrants. Non citizen nationals are natives of an American territorial possession, this includes American Samoa and Swains Island. Non citizen nationals are entitled to free entry into the U.S like U.S citizens and are… Read More »

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LGBT Immigration Asylum

LGBT Asylum Seekers in the USA – LGBT Lawyers NYC

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Asylum Interview, US Citizenship

LGBT Immigration Asylum Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) immigrants face many issues that are distinctive to problems that non LGBT immigrants go though. LGBT immigrants experience the added challenges of being discriminated upon because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. LGBT people often seek asylum in the U.S. because of fears and… Read More »

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Consequences for False Claims to US Citizenship

Consequences for False Claims to US Citizenship

Consequences for False Claims to US Citizenship An alien may be considered inadmissible or invalid because of a false claim to U.S. citizenship. A false claim includes; A false representation of being a U.S. citizen, and A false claim in order to get benefits that the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) or any other federal… Read More »

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Writ of Mandamus for Immigration Application Delays

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: US Citizenship

Writ of Mandamus for Immigration Application Delays Recent changes to immigration law have only served to complicate and lengthen existing procedures, and the current backlog of cases has virtually eliminated the possibility of achieving immigration goals in a timely and efficient manner. Those applying for visas, permanent residence, and citizenship are waiting months and even years… Read More »

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Considerations for Citizen and Non-Citizen Divorce

Considerations for Citizen and Non-Citizen Divorce Many non-citizens marry U.S. citizens, yet, non-citizens have the opportunity to obtain legal permeant residence in the United States though their U.S. citizen spouse. While the paperwork and documents are sent into the USCIS to process whether or not a non-citizen can obtain legal permanent residence, the couple… Read More »

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A green card through marriage to a US citizen

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: US Citizenship

A green card through marriage to a US citizen is the most common way to become a permanent resident. The spouse of a US citizen is an “immediate relative”. There is no limit on the number of people who can obtain a green card through marriage to US citizens. The US citizen starts the… Read More »

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Acquiring or Deriving U.S. Citizenship by Birth or Through Parents

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: US Citizenship

If you were born on U.S. soil, were born to U.S. citizen parents, or became a naturalized U.S. citizen and have been living in the United States, you clearly have U.S. citizenship. However, many other people are U.S. citizens and don’t know it. For instance, you may be a U.S. citizen if you have… Read More »

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