Filing A Naturalization Application In The New Age

By Douglas Halpert (December 19, 2017, 11:24 AM EST) -- Lawful permanent residents of the United States may, as the label designating their legal status suggests, spend their entire lives in the U.S. without becoming U.S. citizens. Historically, many have, after acquiring their "green cards," spent the remainder of their lives in the United States without attaining the ultimate immigration status of citizenship. However, in recent years, a growing number of lawful permanent residents have decided to apply to become naturalized citizens....

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