U.S. Immigration law establishes who is an alien, resident, or citizen of the United States of America. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants come to the United States every year attempting to establish a prosperous life on American soil. They meet the challenge of living in a country with free enterprise, democracy, and freedom for all. U.S. Immigration law defines an immigrant as an individual who is permitted to reside permanently in the United States. An individual can become a citizen of the United States by either being born in the country or through naturalization. Individuals seeking permanent residency in the United States need to apply for permanent or temporary residency.
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