If you or a loved one are a green card holder and you leave the United States and then wish to return, your trip must be for a temporary visit, not because your "real" home is elsewhere. Making your home in another country even for a short time can lead to the conclusion that you have "abandoned" your U.S. residence.
Excessive travel abroad can and will adversely affect eligibility. Excessive travel can include one long trip or the accumulation of several trips over the period that precedes your admission as a U.S. citizen. Continuous residence means that the applicant has maintained residence within the United States for a specified period of time.
To learn more about the ins and outs of “abandoning” your citizenship you should seek the counsel of Baltimore area immigration attorney Briana Arnold. Attorney Arnold has successfully helped many people overcome denials based on alleged abandonment of citizenship. Please call (410) 484-1400 and make an appointment at her Baltimore office.
Filing for divorce in the state of Maryland does not have to
be any more complicated with the proper assistance.These times are stressful enough without
adding research and form-filling to the mix.One could go to the proper website (if they are sure which is the best)
and begin downloading forms.
On these aforementioned forms there are lines to fill out
and boxes to check.If you do it
incorrectly you will probably have to start the process all over.For example, the Complaint for Absolute
Divorce is a five-page document that needs to be filled out to begin that
particular process and on it goes from there.
Why not remove a great deal of the stress by calling
Baltimore County female divorce attorney Briana Arnold.Attorney Arnold knows Maryland family law
inside and out and will guide you around the potholes of this rocky road.Briana Arnold is just a phone call away.Come in for a free family law consultation at
her 1777 Reisterstown office.That’s