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Consular Registration of Birth and Dual Citizenship

Sep 29 2012

This article explains how to obtaining a consular registration of birth and clarifies US dual citizenship laws. Consular Registration of Birth: Consular birth registration certificates are issued by a US consulate abroad. If your parents were US citizens but were not physically in the usa when you were born, they could have registered your birth […]

Ordering a new birth certificate in the USA

Jun 12 2012

Ordering a new birth certificate in the USA: First things first the federal government DOES NOT provide copies of any vital records. Copies of birth certificates must be obtained from the issuing state. The regulations/ process of getting a copy of your birth certificate vary depending on each state. This following link will be helpful: […]

Important update in Puerto Rican birth certificates:

May 4 2012

Important update in Puerto Rican birth certificates: As of (July 1, 2010) the US territory of Puerto Rico has been issuing a modernized version of their birth certificates to aid in the prevention of fraud and identity theft. All US Citizens born in Puerto Rico must obtain this new version of the birth certificate, because […]

Exceptions to Naturalization Tests:

May 2 2012

Exceptions to Naturalization Tests: English Language Exemptions You Are Exempt From The English Language Requirement, But Are Still Required To Take The Civics Test If You Are: Age 50 or older at the time of filing for naturalization and have lived as a permanent resident (green card holder) in the United States for 20 years   […]

Grounds of inadmissibility (Receive Government Assistance)

May 1 2012

One of the leading reasons for green card denials is discovering that the immigrant is “likely to become a public charge. In fact, the law requires almost all visa applicants, whether coming for a temporary or permanent stay, to prove either that they will be self-supporting or that someone else will be responsible for supporting […]