In this episode, Brad Bernstein answers the following question: Can a permanent resident (green card holder) file for naturalization while having failed to file his/her tax returns? Watch this video to the end to hear the answer of the immigration expert.
The United States has a long history of people coming to the country as immigrants from
other countries. If you want to come to the United States as a visitor or to live here, you need to
carefully consider several legal issues. People want come to the United States based on many
reasons, including: (i) to visit as a tourist, (ii) to visit for medical treatment, (iii) to marry
to a US Citizen, (iv) to escape another country as a refuge, (v) to work on the United States, or
(vi) to invest in the United States as a business investor. Whether you are coming on a temporary
work visa or permanent resident visa, you should consult with an immigration attorney to help you
as you will need to deal with the many laws, procedures, steps, and forms involved in immigrating
to the United States.
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