Area of Law: USA Travel and Immigration
Answer Number: 1052
Marriage Based CitizenshipRegion: Ontario Answer Number: 1052
Persons who obtained their permanent resident status through marriage are eligible to apply for citizenship two years and nine months after obtaining permanent residency status, assuming they are still married to the spouse that sponsored them for permanent residency. The permanent resident would file N-400 with USCIS. There is an English and Civics test conducted before the interview at a local USCIS office to review the application and reaffirm the applicant’s intent to be and remain loyal to the US.
A criminal record will prevent you from entering the USA or obtaining your USA immigration status. To erase your Canadian criminal record, call toll-free 1-800-874-2652 or learn more at Parole Board of Canada. It’s easier than you think.
For legal advice and assistance with your application, contact Bright Immigration Consultants .
Was your question answered?
You now haveoptions:
- More answers about USA Travel and Immigration
- Master List of all other areas of law
- Contact our preferred experts and see who's right for you
- ASK an Expert, submit your question
- Connect with government offices