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Whichever one is easier to prove. The most likely criterion for judging which one is easier to prove is the amount of evidence that must be submitted. That in turn will depend on the person's circumstances.


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If one got permanent residency by applying for Adjustment of Status (I-485) from within the US, they usually became a permanent resident when the I-485 was approved. If one got permanent residency by doing Consular Processing at a US consulate abroad for an immigrant visa, they became a permanent resident the moment they entered the US with that immigrant ...


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Chapter 4 - Physical Presence - A: USCIS will count the day that an applicant departs from the United States and the day he or she returns as days of physical presence within the United States for naturalization purposes. As to whether dates should be added that result in 0 days (but 25 hours) as a result: a complete list is probably preferred to list ...


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According to USCIS Policy Manual, Volume 12, Part D, Chapter 4, the physical presence requirement of at least 30 months means at least 913 days.


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F1 students are allowed to teach online courses in the University they are attached to (i.e., the I-20 issuing institution) if they follow the same paperwork and regulations as for offline courses (e.g., permitted up to 20 hours per week during the school year and more than 20 hours when school is not in session). Source: I was a non-American student in the ...


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Yes. The I-130 petition and I-485 for Adjustment of Status can be filed concurrently if a visa number is immediately available for the person's category (as determined by USCIS's Adjustment of Status filing chart). See 8 CFR 245.2(a)(2)(i)(B-C): (B) If, at the time of filing, approval of a visa petition filed for classification under section 201(b)(2)(A)(i),...


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No this is absolutely not true. I know many Americans who have moved to Canada long term, and become Canadian citizens. Not one of them had to ask permission of the US government. Among other pieces of evidence, consider the huge number of people who moved to Canada to avoid the US draft in the 60s and 70s. If permission had been required they would not have ...


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General guideline are: Write a cover letter for each form (I-130, E-485, I-864, I-765) with applicant and sponsor information and list all the documentation (as a bullet point list) that you are attaching. Write another "main" cover letter with applicant and sponsor information and list all forms attached. For the evidence of Bona Fide marriage, ...


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The administration has changed its mind, and rescinded the rule change.


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With specific exceptions, foreign nationals (including B2 visa holders) who have been in any of the following countries during the past 14 days may not enter the United States: China Iran European Schengen area (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, ...


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According to the N-400 instructions (mirror), section "Required Evidence", under "Below is a list of documents to bring with you to your Form N-400 interview.", item 7E (on page 12-13), you need to bring that evidence with you to the interview. It does not say that you need to submit it with your N-400 application. Item 7E (on page 12-13)...


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The administration has changed its mind, and rescinded the rule change.


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