Immigration Q&A

We answer the most commonly asked questions about Immigration

Civics (History and Government) Questions for the Naturalization Test

The steps you must take to apply for a Green Card will vary depending on your situation. You will need to work with an immigration lawyer to move through the legal process.

No. While applying for a Green Card or applying for U.S citizenship could lead to becoming a permanent resident of the United States, there are several differences between the two paths. Here are a few of them:

  • A Green Card holder can be deported from the United States if they fail to follow the terms of their arrangement with the U.S government. A Naturalized U.S citizen cannot have his citizenship revoked unless if he lied during the application process.
  • A Green Card holder cannot obtain a U.S Passport. A Naturalized U.S citizen can apply for a U.S passport with few exceptions.
  • A Green Card holder cannot vote in U.S elections. A Naturalized U.S citizen can participate in all local and federal elections.

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Since 1976, Wolf Sultan Vazquez P.C. have been passionate about immigration law. We have helped countless clients achieve fantastic results in their immigration hopes & dreams.
When you need an immigration lawyer in Tucson, Arizona or even on a national level, Wolf Sultan Vazquez P.C. will strive to deliver time after time.

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