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Top Reasons Applicants are Denied at their Citizenship Interview

In this post, we discuss the top five reasons applicants are denied at their citizenship interview. First let’s go over some basics: In order to become a United States Citizen, you must meet the following general requirements at the time … Continue reading

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Shachar on the Marketization of Citizenship

Ayelet Shachar (University of Toronto – Faculty of Law) has posted The Marketization of Citizenship in an Age of Restrictionism (Ethics & International Affairs 32 (2018), 3-13) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: In today’s age of restrictionism, a growing number of … Continue reading

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Naturalization and Citizenship N400 Approval for El Salvadorian Client in Cleveland Ohio

CASE: N-400 (Citizenship / Naturalization) APPLICANT: El Salvadorian LOCATION: Cleveland, OH Our client contacted us in November 2017 to seek legal representation for her naturalization and citizenship N-400 application. She came to the United States from El Salvador and obtained … Continue reading

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Citizenship Revocation recent update

Citizenship revocation changes On February 5, 2018, the Canadian government changed the citizenship revocation process to add more accountability to those facing the revocation of their Canadian citizenship.  This marks a turning point as compared to the previous decision-making regime … Continue reading

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On Fiscal Citizenship: A Cultural History of Tax Law

Assaf Likhovski, Tax Law and Social Norms in Mandatory Palestine and Israel (2017). Binyamin Blum Accused by Hillary Clinton of paying no income tax for years, in one of the most memorable moments of the 2016 presidential debates, Donald Trump … Continue reading

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