Becoming a U. S. Citizen A Guide to the Law, Exam and Interview

ISBN-10: 1413317456
ISBN-13: 9781413317459
Edition: 6th
Authors: Ilona M. Bray
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List price: $29.99
Edition: 6th
Publisher: NOLO
Publication date: 9/14/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Seeking citizenship? Here's everything you need to know! The path from green card to U.S. citizenship can be a long and winding one -- and bureaucratic hassles are inevitable. But withBecoming a U.S. Citizen, you can shave months or years off the time it takes to become a citizen. Find out how to: . determine your eligibility;. make sure you won’t risk deportation by applying;. prepare your application packet;. study for the citizenship exam;. have a successful interview;. appeal the exam and deal with setbacks;. help family members immigrate;. enjoy your status as a U.S. citizen. Becoming a U.S. Citizenalso shows how you may be able to take advantage of special procedures if you are disabled, in the military, the spouse of a U.S. citizen, or have other special circumstances. This revised edition reflects current and proposed laws, as well as new fees and procedures. Plus, learn about new rules governing naturalization through Armed Forces service, and get the most up-to-date contact information available.

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Your Companion on the Path to U.S. Citizenship
Deciding Whether to Apply for Citizenship
The Disadvantages of Applying for Citizenship
The Advantages of U.S. Citizenship
Are You Eligible for U.S. Citizenship?
Confirming Your Permanent Resident Status
Your Physical Location During Permanent Residency
The Age Requirement
Demonstrating Good Moral Character
English Language Skills
The U.S. History and Government Exam
Loyalty to the U.S
Overview: Are You Ready to Apply?
Preparing and Submitting Your Application
What You'll Put in Your Application Packet
Preparing Your Cover Letter
Filling Out USCIS Form N-400
Submitting the Application
Between Filing and Interview: Dealing With the Wait
Improving Your Eligibility for Citizenship
Tracking Your Application and Dealing With Delays
If You Move or Go on Vacation
Requesting Emergency Attention
When All Else Fails, Call Your U.S. Congressperson
Preparing for the English Exam
How Much English You'll Need to Know
How USCIS Tests Your English
Study Resources
Preparing for the U.S. History and Government Exam
Your Exam Preparation Strategy
Learning the Answers to the 100 Questions
The 20 Questions for Applicants Age 65 and Older
Overcoming Disability When Applying for Citizenship
How to Become the Applicant's Designated Representative
Accommodating Your Disability.
Obtaining a Disability-Based Waiver of the Exam Requirements
Requesting a Waiver of the Oath of Allegiance Requirement
The Interview
Final Preparation
The Interview
If the Interview Goes Badly
Approval or Denial: What's Next?
Denials, Appeals, and Repeat Interviews
Retaking the Exams
Providing More Documents
Choosing to Appeal or Reapply
How to Appeal
What to Do If You Lose the Appeal
Reapplying for Citizenship
Legal Help Beyond This Book
When Do You Need a Lawyer?
Gather Names of Prospective Attorneys
Avoid Sleazy Lawyers
Choosing Among Lawyers
Signing Up Your Lawyer
Firing Your Lawyer
Do-It-Yourself Legal Research
After You Are Approved
The Swearing-in Ceremony
How to Prove Your Citizenship
Registering to Vote
Citizenship for Your Children
Helping Other Family Members Immigrate
Glossary
Index

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