Month: January 2015

Residents of other countries who wish to come to Florida in order to work as either a minister or as a religious worker for an affiliated 501(c)(3) nonprofit religious charity may be eligible for a special class of work visa. The EB-4 visa program is available...

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Florida residents who are interested in becoming naturalized U.S. citizens have probably heard that they will be required to take and pass exams in both the English language as well as U.S. civics. The requirement applies to everyone except for people who are unable...

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Florida immigrants who wish to become citizens will need to go through a naturalization ceremony in order to gain citizenship status. People may become naturalized U.S. citizens either through a judicial ceremony or an administrative one.Whether the naturalization...

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It may be possible to come to Florida or another state through the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, according to the Department of Homeland Security. This program makes 50,000 visas a year available to people from countries with low rates of immigration to the United...

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