Yes. If you are filing to sponsor someone you will need to fill out an Affidavit of Support stating you can support this person in the US without being on public assistance. You have to meet 125% of the poverty line, as stated on the forms you can download at www.uscis.gov. If you filed bankruptcy you are not an eligible sponsor and you will need a co-sponsor (mother, father, someone who makes 12% of the poverty line).
Bankruptcy has no effect on your immigration status. Once you become a citizen in the coubtry immigrated to, you lose your citizenship from your original country.
The Quota acts prevented immigration..haha
NO: that's discrimination
immigrants are hurting the economy
No, foreclosure doesn't affect immigration status. Now, if you commit crimes, then you may jeopardize your potential to become a citizen.
before you get this conclusion, you should know what made the USA, the history of American immigration.
The quotas reduced the number of immigrants allowed into the U.S.
why does immigration and emigration affect equilibrium
Because they might affect the environment.
Nothing really you will have alot of people that talk different languages immigration doesnt affect the language spoken in the US.
It created a demand for workers, which was met by immigrants.
Immigration of the mid-1800s had the affect of greatly increasing the size of cities in the US. Many of the immigrants moved into cities to be near work and to be near family.
They created the Chinese Exclusion Act
indrirectly causing to world wars
Three years after bankruptcy you inherit, does that affect your inheritance
Bankruptcy lowers your credit report.
US Bankruptcy Courts have jurisdiction over all bankruptcy cases.
Immigration affects us in diverse ways, as people migrate they take along their culture, religion, and tradition. Immigrants also bring along crimes which affects the society negatively.
Immigration increases the supply of labor
To this day there has always been immigration to the US
A dismissed bankruptcy will affect your credit, but not severely. It may only lower it by a couple points or so.
I think yes..there is no relationship between filing bankruptcy and apply for citizenship.filing bankruptcy is a personal issue its not a any crime or what.its true that it will be remain in your name for some years but it does not affect on your citizenship.