If a child has received a green card before they turn 14 years old, then, after arriving at this age, they need to apply and get a new one! Once they turn 14, they only have 30 days to make the green card application starting from the day of their ...Read More »
How can you provide proof of Citizenship when needed?
Usually, U.S. citizens are not required to carry with them certain proof of their citizenship at all time. Despite this, there are certain occasions when U.S citizens may be asked to give certain proof about their legal citizenship especially when dealing with different U.S government structures. The first, best proof ...Read More »
Documents you need to travel outside and then reenter the U.S
When traveling outside of the United States, as a permanent resident, in general, you need to present a passport from your country of citizenship or your refugee travel document to travel to the foreign country. Remember, the foreign country you’re traveling at, might have additional document requirements such as a ...Read More »
Citizenship at birth for children born outside the U.S
There are two official ways to obtain citizenship through U.S. citizen parents. The first one at birth and the second one after birth but before the age of 18. The term “parents” include: the genetic father, the genetic mother, and the non-genetic gestational mother, if she is the legal parent ...Read More »