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Georgia residents applying for dual citizenship

Some Georgia residents may currently be in the process of applying to become a United States citizen. Aside from individuals born in American Samoa or Swains Island to non-U.S. citizen parents, any individual who wishes to become a U.S. national must also be a U.S. citizen. According to the definition provided in the Immigration and Nationality Act, nationals of the U.S. are those who owe permanent allegiance to the country. Even if individuals maintain dual nationality, they still are governed by the laws of the U.S.

What is Temporary Protected Status and am I eligible?

Georgia residents might be interested in learning about what Temporary Protect Status is. In situations where a country has experienced a natural disaster or there is a civil war, the Secretary of Homeland Security may decide to designate that country for Temporary Protected Status.

Permanent residency eligibility

Georgia immigrants may be unaware of what the eligibility requirements for permanent residency are. According to the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services, an individual who is seeking permanent residency in the U.S. must qualify for an immigration category, must have an immigrant petition approved, must have an immigrant visa available and must be considered admissible by the USCIS.

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