Category Archives: U.S. Citizenship

US citizenship related posts from JCS Immigration

USCIS Definitions for Expedited Naturalization

USCIS Definitions for Expedited Naturalization

 

Regularly Stationed Abroad means your spouse's employment will continue abroad for at least one year after the date that you will be naturalized.  This should be clearly indicated on the employment contract your spouse holds, and the contract must be for the overseas work.  If it is possible, you...

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Expedited Naturalization Without Physical Presence in the U.S.

Can I apply for U.S. citizenship from abroad without physical presence in the U.S.?

Immigration reform created laws to eradicate the inequitable situation created when an immigrant spouse who, by reason of enforced absence from the U.S. occasioned by their U.S. Citizen spouse’s employment abroad, could not meet the normal residency requirements for naturalization....

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USCIS Definitions of Business and Employment Related Naturalization

USCIS Definitions of Business and Employment Related Naturalization

 

The firm or corporation must be engaged in development of U.S. foreign trade or commerce.

The development of foreign trade and commerce of the U.S. should neither be simply incidental to the occupation, nor should it be used to bypass the...

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