Asked in Immigration Law for Maine

Q: What are the minimum legal requirements for U.S. citizens to maintain residency in the United States?

I am a pastor and U.S. citizen who is soon to become a dual citizen of the U.S. & Canada. I have lived on either side of the boder at various times but would like to maintain residency in both countries while currently employed/living in Canada if possible.

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Elisha F Svosve
Elisha F Svosve
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Frisco, TX

A: In regards to the US citizenship aspect of your question, you are not limited/restricted as to how much time you can spend outside of the USA.

Carl Shusterman agrees with this answer

Elisha F Svosve
Elisha F Svosve
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Frisco, TX

A: In regards to the US citizenship aspect of your question (once you become as US Citizen) you are not limited/restricted as to how much time you can spend outside of the USA.

Carl Shusterman agrees with this answer

Carl Shusterman
Carl Shusterman
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Los Angeles, CA

A: As a US citizen, you can spend as much time outside the US as you wish.

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