FAQs for the Immigration Attorney: Our Answers

In our line of work, we answer a ton of immigration-related questions every month. Here are five questions we hear all the time, and their answers. What is conditional permanent residence? And how does it differ from legal permanent residence? Conditional residence mostly applies to marriage-based green cards. Because these marriages need to be tested Read more about FAQs for the Immigration Attorney: Our Answers[…]

Factors that Improve Your Odds of Getting U.S. Citizenship

One of the questions I get most often is how an applicant can improve his or her odds of getting United States citizenship. A variety of factors can help to steer your citizenship application toward the approval pile. These do not guarantee your chances in and of themselves, but help to build up your overall Read more about Factors that Improve Your Odds of Getting U.S. Citizenship[…]

Can You Still Get Citizenship If You’ve Been Convicted of a Crime?

A clean criminal record is frequently mentioned as one of the most important factors in being able to obtain citizenship to the United States. And, with good reason—in a pool of tens of thousands of applications, a criminal record is one easy way for officials to separate the applicants they think will be productive citizens Read more about Can You Still Get Citizenship If You’ve Been Convicted of a Crime?[…]