Can you be a citizen of two countries at once?  For some people, the answer is yes!  Maybe you were born in another country but have become a naturalized U.S. citizen.  Or perhaps you were born in the U.S., but your parents, grandparents, or great-grandparents were from another country and
becoming a U.S. citizen
An Overview of the Citizenship Process So, you want to trade in your green card and become a U.S. citizen — congratulations! But, you’re probably anxious about what the process entails. Don’t worry; Brudner Law is here to help. The process of applying for citizenship is similar for everyone, and
What Are Some of the US Citizen Requirements
Over the last 6 years, the U.S. has approved around 740,000 naturalization applications every year. Becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen is no easy path, but you can get there if you are determined with your process. Once you obtain a green card you can start counting the days toward applying
Form I-485: A Beginner’s Guide
Form I-485 is an important application used to register people to reside permanently in the United States. Those who are filing for a green card will need to fill out this application on their path toward permanent residence. Through this application, people will seek to adjust their status officially to
Form I-130: A Beginner's Guide
Filing Form I-130 is a critical step in gaining citizenship for family members of current U.S. citizens or those who hold green cards. The form is a petition designed to prove that you are related to someone seeking to come into the U.S. to obtain their permanent resident green card.

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