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+ Follow US citizenship Tag
US citizenship
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    [results] => Array
        (
            [0] => Array
                (
                    [ArticleID] => 2205601
                    [Title] => Wife’s green card in jeopardy
                    [Summary] => Recently, a couple consulted with me concerning the wife’s application for naturalization. The husband had been petitioned by an employer, and his wife obtained her green card as the husband’s “derivative” on that petition.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-08-28 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 134402
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1805111
                    [AuthorName] => Michael J. Gurfinkel
                    [SectionName] => Opinion
                    [SectionUrl] => opinion
                    [URL] => 
                )

            [1] => Array
                (
                    [ArticleID] => 2192583
                    [Title] => Demonstrating an employer’s ‘ability to pay’ the wage
                    [Summary] => Whenever an employer petitions (or sponsors) an alien for an employment-based immigrant visa (green card), the employer must demonstrate the “ability to pay” the alien’s salary from the time the case is filed until the alien/beneficiary obtains lawful permanent resident status.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-07-03 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 134402
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1805111
                    [AuthorName] => Michael J. Gurfinkel
                    [SectionName] => Opinion
                    [SectionUrl] => opinion
                    [URL] => 
                )

            [2] => Array
                (
                    [ArticleID] => 1907905
                    [Title] => How deep will USCIS dig when you file for naturalization?
                    [Summary] => Many people think that once they obtain their green card, they are now “home free” as far as eligibility and entitlement, and that if they pay their taxes and do not commit crimes for the next five years, they can file for US citizenship and be approved without any problem.
                    [DatePublished] => 2019-04-07 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 134402
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1805111
                    [AuthorName] => Michael J. Gurfinkel
                    [SectionName] => Opinion
                    [SectionUrl] => opinion
                    [URL] => 
                )

            [3] => Array
                (
                    [ArticleID] => 1864552
                    [Title] => Trump: End birthright citizenship for some US-born babies
                    [Summary] => US President Donald Trump wants to order the end of the constitutional right to citizenship for babies of non-citizens and unauthorized immigrants born in the United States.
                    [DatePublished] => 2018-10-30 20:56:00
                    [ColumnID] => 0
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 
                    [AuthorName] => 
                    [SectionName] => World
                    [SectionUrl] => world
                    [URL] => http://media.philstar.com/images/articles/statue-liberty-protest_2018-07-05_08-18-57905_thumbnail.jpg
                )

            [4] => Array
                (
                    [ArticleID] => 1847856
                    [Title] => US citizen husband is considered ‘parent’ of wife’s extramarital child, entitling that child to US citizenship
                    [Summary] => On August 13, 2018, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, which is just below the US Supreme Court, saved a person from deportation by concluding his “father” was a US citizen at the time of his birth, even though his mother had cheated, and the US citizen was not his biological father.
                    [DatePublished] => 2018-09-02 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 134402
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1805111
                    [AuthorName] => Michael J. Gurfinkel
                    [SectionName] => Opinion
                    [SectionUrl] => opinion
                    [URL] => 
                )

            [5] => Array
                (
                    [ArticleID] => 1831533
                    [Title] => State Department is revoking US passports of people who obtained citizenship through fraud
                    [Summary] => In a previous article, I wrote about how the USCIS assembled a task force to start reviewing cases of people who may have obtained their green cards or US citizenship through fraud. 
                    [DatePublished] => 2018-07-08 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 134402
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1805111
                    [AuthorName] => Michael J. Gurfinkel
                    [SectionName] => Opinion
                    [SectionUrl] => opinion
                    [URL] => 
                )

            [6] => Array
                (
                    [ArticleID] => 1825251
                    [Title] => Fingerprints help trace fake FilAms
                    [Summary] => In an unprecedented move potentially affecting thousands of immigrants, including (hope not) a few Filipino Americans, the Trump administration is reviewing now-digitized fingerprints of aliens to weed out those who had gained US citizenship through fraud.
                    [DatePublished] => 2018-06-17 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 136322
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1804858
                    [AuthorName] => Federico D. Pascual Jr.
                    [SectionName] => Opinion
                    [SectionUrl] => opinion
                    [URL] => 
                )

            [7] => Array
                (
                    [ArticleID] => 1823287
                    [Title] => Securing a police certificate from other countries
                    [Summary] => After your petition has been approved by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, it will then forward your file to the National Visa Center.
                    [DatePublished] => 2018-06-10 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 136349
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1805494
                    [AuthorName] => Atty Marco F.G. Tomakin
                    [SectionName] => Freeman Opinion
                    [SectionUrl] => opinion
                    [URL] => 
                )

        )

)
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