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What is the difference between naturalized and derived citizenship of the US?

What Is a Naturalized or Derived Citizen? There are 4 ways in which someone can obtain citizenship: The first is to be born in the United States or in one of the territories. The second is to be born ...
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Selected for H1B but never intends to find employment in the US

An employer must file a petition for the foreign worker and has the petition approved before the foreign worker may be admitted on an H1B status. If the H1B is capped for the employer/employment (most ...
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Will I get denaturalized if I go to a medical school in Taiwan that is military-affiliated?

First, a correction about terminology: what you are describing is not "denaturalization", but rather "loss of citizenship". "Denaturalization" refers to the determination ...
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Will I get denaturalized if I go to a medical school in Taiwan that is military-affiliated?

While service as a foreign commissioned or noncommissioned officer is potentially expatriating by statute, it only results in loss of nationality if you do it with intent to relinquish US citizenship. ...
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Is the legal plot point in The Proposal (2009) true to life?

Another answer is correct, but doesn't get to the point as quickly and directly as this one does. Are there in fact felony charges that could be brought in the USA on the basis of a "fraudulent ...
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Is the legal plot point in The Proposal (2009) true to life?

I realized recently I have no idea how reality-based any of these underlying premises are Unless the plot is staged before November 10, 1986, such effort would have been in vain. This is because ...
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