Immigration Law is constantly changing. Here, you will be able to view flyers with helpful information regarding immigration.
The flyers are for informational purposes only and are not intended or should be interpreted as legal advice. Nothing in the flyers should be considered legal advice and cannot substitute for professional legal advice. Proper legal advice requires the establishment of an attorney-client relationship and fact-specific analysis and recommendations. The flyers do not create an attorney-client relationship.
If you are a U.S. citizen and have children under the age of eighteen years old living in the United States who are Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) living in your legal and physical custody, they may be able to derive U.S. citizenship from you.
Naturalization is the process by which a lawful permanent resident applies for and is granted U.S. citizenship. U.S. citizenship is a legal status that offers many benefits and responsibilities, including the ability to vote in U.S. federal elections, serve on a jury, travel with a U.S. passport, and bring family members to the United States. This flyer goes over the basic requirements and the process.
For many, the process of obtaining lawful permanent resident (“green card”) status can be a complex and challenging effort. Having a green card can provide certainty and peace of mind that you can live and work permanently in the United States. However, your permanent resident status can be revoked under certain scenarios. This flyer covers potential acts that could cause you to lose your green card.