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Citizenship   Green Card
Citizenship   Green Card
There are a few ways to become a United States citizen, by birth in the U.S., by birth abroad to U.S. parents, or through the process of naturalization. The citizenship gives an individual rights and benefits like having a passport, working on certain federal jobs and the right to vote. Most Green Card holders are eligible to apply for Citizenship after certain time.   The Green Card also called Form I-551 or Lawful Permanent Resident "LPR" Card, is an official document issued by the U.S. government to immigrants that become lawful permanent residents, with the right to live and work in the United States. There are many ways to apply for a Green Card like family relatives or employment.
Citizenship Application
Citizenship and Marriage
Citizenship for Green Card holders
Citizenship Test
How to Become a US Citizen
Double Citizenship
Citizenship by Birth in the US or Birth Abroad
Citizenship Information
  Apply for a Green Card
Green Card Employment
Green Card for Entrepreneurs Investors
Green Card Marriage
Green Card Relatives
Green Card Expired
Green Card Renewal
Live abroad with a Green Card


Visa   Passport
United States Visas   Passport Information
There are several types of visitor non-immigrant visas. The citizens of certain countries including most European countries enjoy the benefit of traveling to the U.S. without a visa under the Visa Waiver Program; however there might be advantages like longer stay time allowed when applying for the B1/B2 visa or other available visa.
  A U.S. Passport is considered one of the best travel documents in the World. Most countries don't require a visa for American Passport holders. The main requirement to apply for a U.S. passport is to be a citizen of the United States. Some people are U.S. citizens by birth in the U.S. or by birth abroad from American Parents with certain requirements.
B-1 Business Visa Application
B-2 Tourist Visa Application
Visa Waiver Program
F-1 and M-1 Student Visa
L-1 Intracompany Visa to transfer to a U.S. Branch
K-1 Fiancee Visa
I-94 and I-94W Time Allowed to stay in the U.S.

  U.S. Passport Application
Lost or Stolen Passport
Expired Passport
Can I Have a U.S. Passport and also a Passport from Another Country?
Passport for Children Born Abroad that Aquire U.S. Citizenship at Birth through U.S. Citizen Parents.

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