Recently, United States immigration officials justified a new policy for military members brought forward by the Trump administration. This new policy states that some children born to U.S. service members and government employees overseas will no longer be automatically considered citizens of the United States. Previously, their children would be considered to be both living […]Continue Reading
US Citizenship Immigration News and Updates
The latest US immigration news an updates on being or becoming a US citizen in America including eligibility, requirements, process, and lifestyle. Becoming a citizen of America usually falls after visiting the US, becoming a Permanent Resident and then applying for citizenship.
US Citizenship Rates US citizenship rates have escalated in the face of Trump’s strict immigration policies. With plans to crack down on illegal immigration and reduce legal immigration to the United States, the Trump Administration has instilled fear among thousands of people who already live in the US. With this fear in the background, many […]Continue Reading
Maslenjak v. United States Out of 7,000 – 8,000 petitions a year, the Supreme Court only hears about 80 cases. This year, an immigration case made its way to the highest court in the United States. Maslenjak v. United States concerns Divna Maslenjak (a Serbian woman) on one end and the US government on the other. On Thursday, June […]Continue Reading
Are you worried that your US citizenship application won’t be accepted? It can be daunting, especially because any errors you make could end up affecting your chances of becoming an official US citizen. We’ve put together five of the biggest mistakes you can make on your US citizenship application, so you know exactly what to […]Continue Reading
Are you interested in applying for US citizenship but find it difficult to separate some of the myths and misconceptions floating around the internet from fact? There can be a lot of confusing information online (or word of mouth) about the process of applying for US citizenship, which is why we’re going to bust […]Continue Reading
(Below is a transcription of this video) Hello, my name is Michael Niren, I’m an immigration lawyer and founder of VisaPlace.com. This is a reach out to our American friends, many of whom are interested in immigrating to Canada. The Canadian economy has done very well and withstood the downturn since 2008, and we are […]Continue Reading
That time has arrived, you have been called in for an interview. Don’t be worried, prepare yourself to win. This is your chance to convince the immigration officer that you are worthy of immigrating to this beautiful country. An Overview of Immigration Interview Questions In order to obtain citizenship in the United States, you must […]Continue Reading
When someone marries a United States citizen or a United States green card holder (permanent resident) they are eligible to be sponsored by that citizen or permanent resident for a green card of their own. There are multiple ways of doing this, but no matter which way you do so you need to be aware […]Continue Reading
Did you know that when a United States citizen or United States permanent resident marries a foreign national, the United States citizen or permanent resident can sponsor that foreign national for a green card? This method of immigration is called spousal sponsorship, as the United States citizen or permanent resident sponsors the foreign national to […]Continue Reading
Many people have moved to the United States in order to live in freedom, pursue their dreams, and take advantage of everything America has to offer. Here is a list of some of those immigrants and how they managed to achieve their American dreams, while making an impression on the world at large. Cary Grant […]Continue Reading
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