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December 2018 Archives

Immigration Services

Petitioning for immediate versus non-immediate family immigration

Sometimes a person in Kentucky has loved ones living in another nation. For a variety of reasons, their loved ones living abroad may wish to reside in the U.S. through a visa, and ultimately obtain status as a permanent resident. Family immigration is important to many, but the relationship between the U.S. citizen petitioning for a visa and the person seeking to live in the U.S. is important.

Make sure you understand what is needed to seek U.S. citizenship

Ever since its founding, America has been a nation of immigrants. Many people come to the United States with the goal of obtaining U.S. citizenship, also known as naturalization. There are several legal means through which an immigrant can obtain U.S. permanent residency, and following that, citizenship. However, there are certain requirements a person must satisfy to become a U.S. citizen that immigrants in Kentucky and elsewhere should understand before proceeding.

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