Q. I have been a permanent resident for over five years, and I’m legally married to a United States citizen. However, we’ve been separated for almost three years, and since then I’ve been filing taxes as single. Will that be an issue when I apply to become a citizen?
October 21, 2011 | Legal Permanent Residents (LPR), Naturalization
A. The issue of taxes and naturalization pertains to the naturalization requirement that an applicant demonstrate that he or she is a person of good moral character for the statutory period. Because you have been a permanent resident for over five years, you can apply on your own. As long as you have paid taxes […]