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How do I apply to remove the conditions on my green card?

Conditional residency is granted to immigrants who move into the U.S. by marrying a U.S. citizen. This is considered a period in which it must be proven that the marriage was not solely made to gain an immigrant U.S. citizenship. However, the conditions must be removed after a certain period of time or the immigrant with conditional residency could end up being evicted from the country.

Miramonte victims subjected to scrutiny over immigration status

The struggle for immigrants can include suffering from a lack of certain benefits that other people may not even realize they have. Citizenship ensures that a person will experience all of the up sides of being a registered part of the U.S. body, which is a hot button topic after certain cases in Los Angeles.

Are you eligible to remove your permanent residency conditions?

Conditional residency status is given to married couples if their marriage is less than two years old when they gain permanent residency. This is because immigrants must first prove that their marriage was not solely made to gain U.S. citizenship. However, these conditions can eventually be removed.

What are the eligibility requirements for provisional waivers?

Provisional waivers are available to people who have family within the U.S. but have not personally been able to obtain a green card yet. If these immigrants meet certain eligibility requirements, it means that they can apply for a provisional unlawful presence waiver. This will allow them to remain in the U.S. while their case is reviewed.

What should you do if you want to apply for U.S. citizenship?

According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, naturalization can be a somewhat lengthy undertaking. However, getting started on the application process can be made less daunting by dividing pre-application preparations up into different sections. The segments can include:

Los Angeles preparing for influx of immigrant students

Los Angeles may see a huge spike in new students being registered to the schools in the districts this upcoming year. Because a child does not have to be a U.S. citizen in order to attend schools, many are preparing to open their doors to the large influx of unaccompanied minors who have recently crossed over from Southern American countries.

Green cards may become an option for immigrant employees

Immigrant employees in Los Angeles may be in for some good news in regard to registering for citizenship. While many immigrants want to apply for a green card, sometimes it isn’t always feasible due to various restraints. However, a program that has been launched may make it possible for legal employees to apply for their green card just by working.

Undocumented immigrant licenses not yet available but hitting roadblocks already

Immigrants in the Los Angeles area may have more than one thing to apply for soon. While many wait to become a U.S. citizen, the option will be available in January for immigrants who are undocumented to get their driver’s license. This could potentially solve a lot of short-term problems for immigrants in California, including making transportation much more accessible to many.

Government struggles to deal with huge spike in illegally migrating children

Those in Los Angeles may have noticed the fact that there has been a recent spike in youth migration. Drawn by the promise of citizenship or amnesty, people have been fleeing by the thousands from South America, leading to a country-wide problem.

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