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Q: Hi lawyers, working 3/4 full time jobs at same time has any impact on n400. Any client experience/advice?

Hello lawyers, does working 3/4 full time jobs at same time has any impact n400 naturalization.Taxes have been filed on time, don't owe taxes. I will be listing all of them in the application.Any client experience/advise on this?

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Carlo Franco L. Borja
Carlo Franco L. Borja
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Diamond Bar, CA

A: Working 3/4 full time jobs at the same time has no material impact on the n400. What's important is that all jobs within the last 5 years are reported truthfully.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: Working multiple full-time jobs does not inherently affect your N-400, Naturalization Application, as long as you comply with all legal and tax obligations. The key factors for naturalization include lawful permanent residence, physical presence, good moral character, and allegiance to the U.S.

It's important to disclose all your employment accurately on the N-400 form. This transparency shows your compliance with U.S. laws, which is a critical aspect of the naturalization process. Ensure that your tax filings are in order and reflect your income from these jobs, as this is a part of demonstrating good moral character.

While holding multiple jobs is not a negative factor in itself, the USCIS may look into the nature of your employment to ensure it does not conflict with your obligations as a permanent resident. For example, they may check that your work schedule does not interfere with your physical presence requirements in the U.S.

If you have specific concerns or unique circumstances related to your employment, you might find it helpful to consult with an immigration attorney. They can provide personalized advice based on the details of your situation, ensuring that you're well-prepared for your naturalization application and interview. Remember, each naturalization case is unique, and professional guidance can be invaluable.

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Brian Chase Malone
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Atlanta, GA

A: Hello,

Wow! This won’t have any impact on your n-400, although it could potentially serve as positive attributes in support of your “Good Moral Character” (GMC) if there are any negative GMC issues (usually criminal convictions) that are present in your application. And it will be evidence of your positive GMC certainly that you’re paid up on taxes, and the fact that you work that much is more than enough evidence to support your continuous physical presence in the U.S. because there’s no possible way you could be working that much and manage to live outside the country or have any chance of being physically outside the country for more than 50% of the last 3/5 years, depending on your basis for applying to naturalize as a US Citizen. Depending on your particular circumstances it could serve as positive evidence of rehabilitation, hypothetically, if there was a specific reason why you are working that much that relates to any negative attribute present within the facts of your present eligibility to naturalize.

I’m very impressed by your hard work, and I hope you will have a chance to enjoy some personal and/or family time soon. This part of course is speaking from my personal capacity, and is not legal advice. You are a dedicated and driven individual to be able to work so much, and I admire that. With that said, make sure you are taking breaks and letting yourself have the rest and mental health days that you need to continue thriving.

I wish you the best in your final stage of your personal immigration law process (as an application, at least!). And I wish you happiness and blessings as your journey of life continues on afterwards. God speed. Feel free to email me if you what some quick general advice. I’m highly experienced and knowledgeable within the realm of the N-400.

Warm Regards,

Brian C. Malone, Esq.

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