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Feherty meets US citizenship requirements

By |February 24th, 2010|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

The newest foreign national celebrity to meet US citizenship requirements is David Feherty, a TV commentator from Northern Ireland. Immigration officials administered the citizenship oath to the 51-year-old former golf pro recently at the USCIS office in Irving, Texas. Feherty, who had been a green hard holder for over 10 years, began applying for US [...]

Boston Citizenship Ceremony Today

By |January 12th, 2010|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

A US citizenship ceremony was held at the JFK Library in Boston today for 215 new US citizens. The US citizenship candidates were nationals of Australia, Barbados, Cape Verde, China, India, Lebanon, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zaire. Before arriving at the ceremony today, these individuals successfully completed the American citizenship process [...]

How long is the American Citizenship Process?

By |January 1st, 2010|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

Q: How long is the American Citizenship process? A: Once you have been a US permanent resident green card holder for the requisite number of years, the American naturalization process, or American citizenship process, begins when the naturalization attorney files of the citizenship application (N-400) at the proper citizenship application lock box facility. See American [...]

How do I get US citizenship through marriage?

By |January 1st, 2010|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

Q: How do I get US citizenship through marriage? A: Certain permanent resident green card holders can get US citizenship through marriage to a US citizen via a process called naturalization. US naturalization requirements for an applicant applying for citizenship through marriage differ from those applying through the normal route in the number of years [...]

Citizenship Lawyers & those Applying for Citizenship: Note new filing addresses

By |December 18th, 2009|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

To all Citizenship Lawyers & those Applying for Citizenship: The USCIS announced yesterday new filing addresses for the N-400 citizenship application for the Texas and Arizona lockbox facilities, used by citizenship lawyers and those applying for citizenship pro se. The changes take effect immediately. An N-400 citizenship application previously filed at the post office box [...]

Washington DC citizenship ceremony today!

By |December 15th, 2009|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

A citizenship ceremony is scheduled for 10am today, December 15, 2009, at the National Archives in Washington D.C. in the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom.  Thirty-five citizenship applicants from 23 countries will take the oath of allegiance and become citizens today. The annual citizenship ceremony is co-sponsored by DC's US District Court and USCIS.  Family and [...]

Citizenship Requirements for a marriage citizenship case…how are they different?

By |December 13th, 2009|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

The citizenship requirements for those applying for American citizenship can be broken down into three main categories: citizenship requirements for members of the US military; citizenship requirements for those taking the green card citizenship route; and citizenship requirements for those taking the marriage citizenship route (an off-shoot of the green card citizenship route). The main [...]