You are knee deep in the United States immigration process and you start to feel homesick. Perhaps you just want to enjoy a vacation abroad. No problem, just book a flight home for the week, right? No. Unfortunately, the United States immigration process complicates
You received your naturalization interview date. After years of dealing with U.S. immigration — first to get your green card, then to become a citizen — you are finally near the end of the process.
U.S. citizenship has many advantages, including the right to vote, to apply for family members’ green cards and to be eligible for certain jobs and elected offices.
Getting your green card is exciting. Once the novelty wears off, it’s time to think about the next step — citizenship.