Naturalized US Citizens have the right to vote and seek federal employment in the United States. Other popular benefits include sponsoring your immediate family members to immigrate to the US and enjoy financial advantages. Keep reading to find out more about the naturalization process, eligibility and benefits.
Beyond the swearing of the oath of allegiance and receiving the certificate of naturalization, your naturalization ceremony is a celebration of a new beginning.
Texas prosecutors announced they will not bring criminal charges against the parents in the death of Max Alan Shatto, a 3-year-old boy adopted from Russia. The parents say they found Max unconscious in their yard after the boy had gone outside to play. A medical examiner determined that the death was accidental. Russian authorities are…Read more
United States citizenship is not a privilege granted to everyone. U.S. citizen parents can obtain citizenship for their children who were born and live out of the country. However, if only one parent is a U.S. citizen, that parent must show that they lived in the States for at least five years, of which at…Read more