Can I apply for citizenship if I owe taxes?
If USCIS discovers that an applicant owes back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), his or her application for citizenship will likely be denied. However, tax issues are not an automatic bar to naturalization
Can I apply for citizenship without a job?
A: Yes. Naturalization applicants need not prove that ability to support themselves to become a U.S. citizen. However, it is not being poor that makes a person ineligible to naturalize, it is the lying about benefit eligibility. Q: I was unemployed and I didn’t file tax returns for the years I didn’t work
Do you lose your green card if you get divorced?
In the event of a divorce, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may review the validity of the marriage. Fortunately, just because you are divorced doesn’t mean your efforts to obtain a green card automatically end. Immigration officials understand that a real marriage can also fall apart.
Does immigration look at your taxes?
USCIS will review your tax returns (for any relevant years) to confirm that they were filed jointly. After two years as a conditional resident, you’ll need to file Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence
Can I stop my husband from getting his citizenship?
No. If eligible, he may file and USCIS will make that decision
Can I apply for citizenship with a misdemeanor?
Permanent Bars Based on Criminal Convictions You will be permanently barred from obtaining U.S. citizenship if you have been convicted of murder or of an aggravated felony if the conviction was issued after November 29, 1990. In other words, a misdemeanor might count as an aggravated felony
Does bad credit affect citizenship application?
In the past, debt and bankruptcy wouldn’t impact your ability to become a permanent resident or citizen. Immigrants applying for a visa, green card, or citizenship should aim for a credit score “near or slightly above” the national average, according to the new rule. The average credit score is 706, according to FICO