Immigration

Get a better understanding of the paths you can take to U.S. citizenship. Take a close look at green cards, the naturalization exam, and more.

U.S. Citizenship Through Parents

There are several ways for a child to become a U.S. citizen with and without U.S. citizen parents.

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Is Your Child a U.S. Citizen if Born Abroad?

The 2001 Child Citizenship Act aimed to simplify the process of granting citizenship to the foreign-born children of American citizens.

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U.S. Citizenship Through Marriage: How Does It Work?

Obtaining United States citizenship through marriage can take several years, but the steps are clearly laid out by United States Citizenship and…

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Illegal Aliens: Are They Trespassing in the U.S.?

Is "get off my property" the same as "get outta my country?" One police chief in New Hampshire sure seems to think so. He has charged an illegal…

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How to Get a Work Visa

Getting a work visa to the US can be a challenge. Find out more about which type of work visa may be right for you, how to get started with the…

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How to Get a Green Card

Obtaining a green card is a dream for many immigrants. The process is complex and can be time-consuming. Find out how to qualify and how to apply.

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Who is an Undocumented Immigrant?

Undocumented or illegal immigrants are at the heart of much debate and controversy as immigration laws are proposed and considered. Learn what an…

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Becoming American: Understanding legal and Illegal Immigration

The United States is one hot destination. Whether the lure is Hollywood, the Statue of Liberty or the world's highest standard of living, people pour…

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U.S. Green Cards and Work Visas: Who Qualifies?

Are you interested in obtaining a green card or a work visa to live and work in the United States? Find out if you may qualify.

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Applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a program that allows foreign nationals who came here as children and who currently do not have a…

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