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One green card through marriage requirement may be changing

There are many couples in the Miami area where one person is from a foreign country while the other is a citizen of the United States. Those who are in these relationships and get married may want to obtain a green card. There are many who want to seek permanent residence and one of the requirements for this may soon be changing.

Information regarding dual citizenship

There are some residents of the Miami area who hold dual citizenship with another country. These residents have legal rights in both countries, yet there can be legal complications that often arise with dual citizenship. There are several ways in which a person can acquire dual citizenship in the United States along with several ways in which they can lose their United States citizenship. Those who have dual citizenship or are interested in acquiring it should learn this important information.

Helping you enter the path towards citizenship

When we are born, it assumed that the country we are born in is our home country. But there are some events that could alter this. In cases where a child was born abroad, his or her parents will likely have to take steps to establish U.S. citizenship. In other cases, an individual seeks to marry a U.S. citizen, causing them to enter the path towards citizenship. Finally, some foreign nationals seek a fresh start. Whether it is to escape persecution or obtain academic or work opportunities, some immigrants seek citizenship because they want to call America their new home.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of dual citizenship?

It can be very advantageous for an immigrant to move from their home country to the United States. As the U.S. is the land of opportunities, many come to America for work opportunities and to start fresh. However, when a foreign national is not leaving their home country because they are seeking asylum or refuge, he or she may want to keep ties with their home country. In this situation, an immigrant might seek to maintain their citizenship with their home country while obtaining citizenship of the U.S.

Upcoming Census may be a problem for immigrants

Immigrants in Florida are constantly on edge in this political climate. They are in fear of being deported, questioned, arrested and a number of other situations. The upcoming Census in 2020 has become the newest thing for immigrants to worry about in regards to their citizenship.

Somali immigrants detained in Miami allege mistreatment

Miami is a city of immigrants. Many of its residents are citizens from other countries who wish to remain in the United States. Often this is a complicated process with many different governmental agencies involved. Recently, a lawsuit was filed against the federal government alleging maltreatment of Somali immigrants.

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