Lawful permanent residents seeking to become United States citizens are often concerned about the mandatory civics test. Today's blog post will address the basic requirements of the civic test and provide some tips for passing the test.
Lawful permanent residents of the United States are entitled to reside and work permanently in the U.S. Once a lawful permanent resident becomes eligible to apply for naturalization, a decision must be made whether to apply for naturalization.
Generally, individuals born in the United States are United States citizens. However, some individuals born outside the United States may nevertheless be United States citizens, depending on a variety of factors and circumstances.
Each year, thousands and thousands of lawful permanent residents choose to become citizens of the United States through the process known as "naturalization". Gaining U.S. citizenship carries significant benefits, and in most cases is strongly recommended.
Many individuals reside in the United States on a permanent basis as lawful permanent residents. While this is completely lawful, a permanent resident should seriously consider the advantages of becoming a United States citizen. The process to become a U.S. citizen is known as naturalization.
A significant legal question posed by many lawful permanent residents is whether to become a naturalized United States citizen. This important decision is influenced by many factors, and the pros and cons should be carefully weighed.