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Subwoofer: ILR and Work Issues Improperly Posted On a Naturalization Thread

Old Jul 12th 2007, 2:13 pm
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Question Subwoofer: ILR and Work Issues Improperly Posted On a Naturalization Thread

Originally Posted by fatbrit
It's not a problem. She can correct the mistakes during the interview. The interviewer will go through the questions individually with her and correct them with a red pen. Your friend will then sign the document again to confirm those changes. I'm guessing her interview, however, might take a little longer than usual.
Anyone know if my wife can work on an ILR visa?
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Old Jul 12th 2007, 2:16 pm
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Default Re: Help with citizenchip please......

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Anyone know if my wife can work on an ILR visa?
Also, is it just the first born child of a us citizen that is entitled to a US passport or can both of my kids apply?
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Old Jul 12th 2007, 2:17 pm
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Default Re: Help with citizenchip please......

Originally Posted by subwoofer
Anyone know if my wife can work on an ILR visa?

Start your own thread on this. Your question has absolutely NOTHING to do with naturalization.

I moved the posts myself, this time.

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Old Jul 12th 2007, 3:32 pm
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Start your own thread on this. Your question has absolutely NOTHING to do with naturalization.

I moved the posts myself, this time.

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OK OK Surely you can see that I am new to the forum and posting in general!
Jesus, take a chill pill man!
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Old Jul 12th 2007, 4:13 pm
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Default Re: Subwoofer: ILR and Work Issues Improperly Posted On a Naturalization Thread

Subwoofer,

You don't give half as much info as needed. As I remember, you're a USC and the wife and kids are UKCs. You live on some godforsaken island in the middle of an ocean.

First thing to establish is whether the kids are already USCs. Go to:
http://london.usembassy.gov/cons_new...s/robirth.html
and give us your verdict.

On your other question, your wife can work when she gets here. How long after she gets here depends on which route you take. Could be anywhere from the same day to several months.
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Subwoofer,

You don't give half as much info as needed. As I remember, you're a USC and the wife and kids are UKCs. You live on some godforsaken island in the middle of an ocean.

First thing to establish is whether the kids are already USCs. Go to:
http://london.usembassy.gov/cons_new...s/robirth.html
and give us your verdict.

On your other question, your wife can work when she gets here. How long after she gets here depends on which route you take. Could be anywhere from the same day to several months.
Fabrit,
Thank you, so much more polite than some others on here!
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Old Jul 12th 2007, 5:00 pm
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Fabrit,
Thank you, so much more polite than some others on here!
You're welcome. So, are the kids citizens? If not, it's not a great problem. Just different paperwork.
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You're welcome. So, are the kids citizens? If not, it's not a great problem. Just different paperwork.
No, both kids are British but Im led to believe that as kids of a USC there shouldnt be too much of a problem
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Old Jul 12th 2007, 5:11 pm
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No, both kids are British but Im led to believe that as kids of a USC there shouldnt be too much of a problem
Are they yours (as in flesh and blood) or not?

If so, do you meet the requirements of:

"Child born in wedlock to one U.S. citizen parent and one non U.S. citizen parent on or after November 14, 1986: A child born outside of the United States to one U.S. citizen parent and one non-U.S. citizen parent may be entitled to citizenship providing the U.S. citizen parent had been physically present in the United States or one of its outlying possessions for five years, at least two years of which were after s/he reached the age of fourteen. This period of physical presence must have taken place prior to the birth of the child."

Also, are you still in the military?
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Fabrit,
Thank you, so much more polite than some others on here!

This some other is a mod on here, bud, so watch the attitude.

I did you a favor and asked you politely to start your own threads in the future. If you have a problem with that, you know where the door is or I will show it to you.

I strongly suggest you read the forum guidelines before posting again and before being a smart arse.

You aren't that new with 32 posts to your credit. So play by the rules and we will get along fine.

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Old Jul 12th 2007, 7:11 pm
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| > Fabrit,
| > Thank you, so much more polite than some others on here!
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| This some other is a mod on here, bud, so watch the attitude.
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| I did you a favor and asked you politely to start your own threads in
| the future. If you have a problem with that, you know where the door is
| or I will show it to you.
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| I strongly suggest you read the forum guidelines before posting again
| and before being a smart arse.
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| You aren't that new with 32 posts to your credit. So play by the rules
| and we will get along fine.
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| --
| I'm not an attorney. This disclaimer is valid in NYS!
|

Besides, "newness" to any forum of discussion should not be used as an
excuse to lack of common sense.
Injecting an out-of-topic issue to a thread is also inappropriate and
technically, rude!
 

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