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  1. How can I become a legal resident of the U.S.?

    IMMIGRATION LAW IS VERY CONFUSING. YOU SHOULD TRY TO GET AN ATTORNEY TO HELP YOU BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING. How can I become a legal resident of the U.S.? There are three general ways to become a legal resident of the U.S. The first is by having a close rela ...
  2. Naturalization: How can I become a U.S. citizen?

    How can I become a U.S. citizen? A legal resident may become a U.S. citizen through a process called naturalization. If I am a legal resident of the United States, how can I become a U.S. citizen? Generally, you must have been a legal resident for five ye ...
  3. Obtaining Legal Residence through Cancellation of Removal

    What is cancellation of removal? Cancellation of removal is an immigration remedy under which someone can apply for permanent residence in exceptional cases. What are the requirements to receive cancellation of removal? There are three requirements to win ...
  4. Non-Citizens Informational Brochures

    Brochures Non-Citizens Informational Brochures How can I become a legal resident of the U.S- PDF-Brochure.pdf Naturalization- How can I become a U.S.citizen- PDF-Brochure.pdf Obtaining legal residence through cancellation of removal- PDF-Brochure.pdf ...
  5. Non-Citizens Informational Brochures- Español

    Brochures- Español Non-Citizens Informational Brochures- Español How can I become a legal resident of the U.S- PDF-Brochure. Español.pdf Naturalization- How can I become a U.S.citizen- PDF-Brochure. Español.pdf Obtaining legal residence through cancellati ...
  6. Newcomers Guide to Managing Money

    The link below is a great resource for people new to the US.  It is in multiple languages! Wages and Wage Payment Jobs and Taxes Government Programs Immigration Informational Brochures Credit Consumer Credit Counseling Debt Collection Loans immigrant bank ...
  7. Food Stamps if you don't have dependents

    WHAT IS ABAWD?   For food stamp purposes, an ABAWD is an able-bodied adult without dependents.  Individuals under age 18 and over age 50 are not included.    SHOULD ABLE-BODIED ADULTS WITHOUT DEPENDENTS WHO GET FOOD STAMPS BE CONCERNED?   YES. Beginning J ...
  8. The Immigrants' and Language Rights Center

    WHO WE ARE   Indiana Legal Services, Inc. created the Immigrants’ and Language Rights Center (ILRC) in an effort to reach vulnerable and underserved immigrant and limited English proficient populations within Indiana. These populations have particular dif ...
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