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Top Frequently Asked Questions
- I am undocumented and living in the U.S., how can I obtain a green card?
- I am a U.S. citizen and I have been told that my spouse who is undocumented will have to leave the U.S. to obtain a green card, why?
- I am a legal permanent resident (green card holder), when can I apply for U.S. citizenship?
- What are the requirements to become a U.S. citizen through naturalization?
- I received a Notice to Appear (Form I-862) from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). What does this mean?
- I received a hearing notice from immigration court, what happens if I do not attend my removal hearing?
- Can the government take away my green card?
- What is humanitarian relief?
- What are the requirements for DACA?
- If my DACA application is approved, will it provide me with a path to legal permanent resident status or U.S. citizenship?
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