Green Card Citizenship
A person immigrating to the United States has a couple of options regarding legal status. If their visit is only temporary, then they can use a non-immigrant visa. If they want to stay permanently in the US, then they must use an immigrant visa.
For permanent stays, an immigrant has two more options: obtaining a permanent residence (with a Green Card) or obtaining citizenship. Under both options, a person can live and work legally in the United States. However, there are more benefits to becoming a US citizen (like the right to vote, the right to work in federal positions, protection for you and your family when traveling, even adoption), though there is a little bit of a process to go through. First of which is obtaining your Green card.
There are several ways to apply and obtain a Green card. One way is through gaining employment. In which case, am employer would need to sponsor you. You can also get a green card through the program, Diversity Visa Lottery also called Green Card Lottery, which gives 50,000 immigrants per year green cards, though there are very specific time frames and rules in order to submit your information. Another common way of obtaining a green card is through marriage. A Petition for Alien Relative or Form I-130 needs to be filed by a United States citizen or permanent residence in order to show there is a genuine relationship. (You can also file an application to register permanent residence at the same time). Finally, immigrants that fall under Asylum or Refugee Status may apply.
Once you meet all the requirements you can file Form N-100 or Application for Naturalization to become a citizen. This form is mailed, along with supporting documents (residence, work etc), appropriate fees and your photograph. From there the USCIS Immigration Service will arrange an interview, where you will be finger printed and tested. The tests involved are Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Civics (some United States history) and there are study tools available to assist you.
Once you pass the tests and interview process, you will be invited to attend the Naturalization Oath Ceremony and from there receive you Citizenship Certificate. Be sure to check the certificate that all information is correct and that the Director of USCIS has signed it.
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