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  1. Articles: Americas
    More than 25,000 immigrants and expats are set to become US citizens at hundreds of ceremonies across the country to mark Presidents Day. Some will be at poignant sites such as George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate, the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site in Buffalo, New York and Washington...
  2. Articles: Americas
    Some 20,000 people are set to become American citizens in a series of naturalisations ceremonies across the US to mark the birth of the country's first President George Washington. Some 180 ceremonies are due to take place for Presidents Day on 22 February with the biggest at Mount Vernon in...
  3. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    So, I have been living in the US since 1999, have been a permanent resident since 2005 and married a US citizen in 2007. We have two children. My parents both still live in the UK and have no intentions of moving anywhere. We intend to stay in the US. I am seriously considering becoming a US...
  4. Articles: Americas
    Officials in the United States have launched new free tools to help prospective citizens prepare for taking the important step of changing their nationality. It is part of a campaign intended to raise awareness about the rights, responsibilities and importance of US citizenship and provide...
  5. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    I am currently a U.S. Permanent Resident, in the process of applying for my U.S. Citizenship. A circumstance has come up, where my 87 year old mother, (who is a British Citizen, and presently here with me in the U.S.) needs to come and live with us due to health issues. She came to the US on the...
  6. Articles: Americas
    A large number of expat Americans are tempted to give up their US passports in response to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, a new survey has found. In the global poll, independent financial advisory firm deVere Group asked more than 400 of its American expat clients if they would...
  7. Articles: Americas
    More than 27,000 foreigners became American citizens this week at over160 naturalisation ceremonies across the country. Constitution Week and Citizenship Day are celebrated on 17 September every year and museums, historic and public libraries, government landmarks and national park sites...
  8. Articles: Americas
    Almost 18,000 people became US citizens in ceremonies across the country to mark Presidents’ Day, according to figures released by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS.) ‘I am very proud that nearly 18,000 immigrants have become US citizens. It is special for our newest citizens...
  9. Articles: Americas
    National Parks in the United States are becoming an increasingly popular place for those who have decided to become US citizens to hold their celebrations. The breathtaking scenery is increasingly becoming the backdrop for citizenship ceremonies, according to the latest figures from the...
  10. Canada Expat Forum for Expats Living in Canada
    For anyone familiar with renouncing US citizenship I have a few questions I'd be quite grateful for getting help answering. But first to help anyone answering, some background: - I'm a US citizen born in the US - I have lived in Canada since 2010 and have Permanent Resident status since 2011...
  11. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    Does anyone know the official US position regarding dual citizenship . Am UK citizen with permanent residence permit for US. Am considering becoming a US citizen ( have lived in US for 22 yrs) and was wondering if the US would require me to relinquish UK citizenship or give up my UK passport. I...
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