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    annulment

    Had no clue there was civil and religious annulment, I was talking about the religious one all along. Apparently, religious annulment has no legal effect, and it goes through the church.
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    annulment

    You can only file for annulment AFTER divorce is finalized, so of course, after that you would file taxes as single. There are two types of annulments for Catholics, A Declaration of Nullity and A Formal Case. The former is filed if AFTER the marriage took place one partner refused to have...
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    annulment

    Meaning what? Annulment goes through church, not state.
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    annulment

    Just curious...what would happen if a naturalized US citizen who came to the US based on a marriage to a US citizen, would ask for annulment? Since annulment has to do with church, would his or her citizenship be jeopardized in this case or not?
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    Dual Citizen - Traveling With Two Passports

    I saw it yes, thank you. I was reading stuff on another forum and they advised to do it differently so I was getting confused. I have decided to just check in with my US passport both ways. Thanks again.
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    Dual Citizen - Traveling With Two Passports

    still wondering.... So as I new US citizen ( and an EU citizen), I am gonna take my first trip to the EU since becoming a USC. I have read numerous posts about which passport to show and I am still confused. They say when you leave the US and check in with the airline, show the EU passport...
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    questions

    I have a couple of questions if anybody has the time to answer please. 1. Now that I am a US citizen I no longer need to inform USCIS if I move, correct? 2. I am also an EU citizen and I am confused about traveling with 2 passports. When I leave US for EU, do I show EU passport at the checkout...
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    citizenship

    Interview done. Before you take the oath, they send you a letter where you have to answer a number of questions, first being have you ever been separated from your husband? Now How do I answer that? He claimed in the past we were separated, I claim otherwise. We have never lived apart, but he...
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    petiton for the second time

    What do you mean by pass the 5 year wait time? Whan does that start? Once you become a USC you would have to wait another 5 years before you can petition for somebody??
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    petiton for the second time

    So a US citizen by birth can petition as many times as he or she pleases but if a naturalized citizen petitions once, that would raise red flags? That's messed up considering the fact that it is the US citizen by birth the one who would initiate divorce from wife number 1 in order to bring wife...
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    petiton for the second time

    Are you sure about that? I thought they cannot sponsor another immigrant for at least a few years?
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    petiton for the second time

    IF a US citizen who petitioned to bring a foreign wife to the US, divorced her after 5 years of marriage, wants to bring a new woman (also from a foreign country) into the US and marry her, would he be allowed to do that? I thought there was ban against that? Or can US citizens petition for a...
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    returning to US

    If you are a newly US citizen and have to leave US to live in another country for a few months or even years, what would happen once you return to US? Do you get questioned at the port of entry where you were and why you were gone? Do they ask you where you are going to stay in the US (since you...
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    citizenship

    I am not going to lie to the IO! That's why I asked if I should withdraw my application. Seems like a good idea at this point. Anybody else?
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    2010 March N-400 Tracker

    Can you do an early FP walk at Philadelphia office? Are they open Saturdays?
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