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u.s. permanent residency & citizenship Archives

Lawsuit filed in relation to TPS and permanent residency

Wanting to obtain a green card to become a permanent resident in the United States is a goal for many immigrants. Unfortunately, the path to permanent residency can be long and difficult, and as a result, many people may feel held back from certain opportunities. When additional complications arise on this path, some parties may not know what to do.

Could a reliance on public benefits affect permanent residency?

Coming to a new country may have been a stepping stone for many individuals looking to better their lives and the lives of their families. Of course, simply entering the country does not necessarily mean that success will be immediately found. As a result, many immigrants may need assistance from government benefits programs. While this may not have been an issue in the past, this need could potentially impact individuals working toward permanent residency.

Citizenship may be revoked under Operation Janus

When entering the United States, many people have the intention of living the remainder of their lives here. However, in order to do so legally, the proper steps must be taken to ensure a residency that will not cause issues later on. Seeking citizenship is one way that individuals often hope to achieve this goal, but in some cases, if parties do not take the proper steps to obtain this status, it could be revoked.

Fear may be new reason to seek US citizenship for some immigrants

Wanting to become a United States citizen is the goal of many individuals. However, obtaining citizenship is not an easy process, and many people may find themselves intimidated by just the idea of starting the process. Luckily, obtaining this status is not impossible, and with the right attitude and assistance, many parties living in California could achieve their goals.

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