Acquiring Citizenship Outside Standard Naturalization Procedures - Recording (.MP3)
In general, a noncitizen may apply for naturalization five years after becoming a lawful permanent resident (LPR), provided the LPR meets the physical presence, good moral character, and literacy requirements. There are, however, situations in which different rules apply. Our speakers will discuss various special circumstances where clients may apply for naturalization or a certificate of citizenship outside standard naturalization procedures.
- Under What Circumstances Should an LPR Married to a USC for Three Years Apply for Naturalization?
- Special Naturalization Provisions for LPRs Who Gained Status Through VAWA
- Naturalization Procedures for Individuals Whose Spouses Are Employed or Stationed Abroad
- Special Provisions for Individuals Who Have Served in the U.S. Military
- Children Born Abroad Relying on the Residence of Their Parents or Grandparents
- How to Obtain Proof of Derivative Citizenship for Children
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