What would US diplomats in the UK do a British woman gives birth to a child and she makes clear that she does not want her child to be a US citizen because of the IRS taxes and does not want her child taken out the UK and Ireland and does not want her child to visit the USA before age 18 for child... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
If a British woman gives birth to a child in the UK and does not want the child to be a US citizen, US diplomats in the UK would not have any involvement in this matter. It is the choice of the parents whether to apply for US citizenship for their child or not. If the child is not a US citizen,... Read more »
I live in Delaware I am the father of four daughters who live in Puerto Rico in 2008 for which a pension was fixed for me in 2011 in 2019 my eldest daughter turned 21 years old and still continues to pay the pension in in 2019 and second daughter left home and still continues to pay the pension in... Read more »
answered on Aug 21, 2021
You might have better chances of a response with this question if you reposted under Puerto Rico. Your post remains open for two weeks. Even though you're in Delaware, it sounds like Puerto Rico is where the pension originates from. There is not a section here for Pensions, but you could try... Read more »
My husband (a citizen) and me are applying for my residency. in form G325, there is a question about 5 yr employment. Since I came in the US , I maintained legal status, but worked without work permit for almost 2 yrs. Then I stopped working, and later applied for 1 year temporary work permit - was... Read more »
answered on Jun 21, 2014
The form G325 states that there are severe penalties for falsifying or concealing facts. As an attorney, my advice is to tell the truth. Your application might be denied, but if you conceal the truth, the consequences could be worse.
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