4 Permanent Residency Tips
Do you have questions about permanent residency? Check out our 4 permanent residency tips, then call our New Jersey lawyer to get started.
1. Proving Extreme Hardship During a Waiver Application
- Extreme hardship must be established by the US citizen, not the foreign-born spouse.
- Financial and physical hardships can be taken into review.
2. Requirements to File for Citizenship
- You must be a Green Card holder for at least 3 years or have married a U.S. citizen.
- You must have lived inside the U.S. for 51% of the time
- You must be a law abiding citizen with no misdemeanor or felonies.
3. Prior Arrests Preventing Citizenship
- A minor violation or misdemeanor arrest will not affect your citizenship application.
- Having a record of sexual assault or a drug crime will have a negative impact on your application.
4. Losing Your Citizenship from Moving Abroad
- As long as you are a US citizen from birth or naturalization, you are free to live in another country without loosing your citizenship.
Do you have more questions about permanent residency after reading our 4 permanent residency tips? Contact our New Jersey Permanent Residency Attorney to schedule your legal consultation and case evaluation to get started on your claim.
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