In general, a Green Card holder becomes eligible for naturalization once he/she, at least 18 years old, has lived in the U.S. continuously for at least five years as a permanent resident. You could learn more about the Naturalization eligibility requirements and process from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) here. This week, I want to share with you a couple of things you should consider when deciding whether to become a U.S. citizen or not.
It has been two weeks since the deadly shooting in Las Vegas. The incident showed both good and bad side of the humanity to the world. One person was trying to kill many innocent people. But at the same time, many people were willing to risk their own lives helping others, including strangers. I was made to give a second thought about the purpose and meaning of our life. I always ask three questions to my clients to make sure that their financial goals align to the deepest value of their lives. Today, I would like to share these questions and my personal answers with you. I hope it can help more people beyond my clients.
This checklist will give you a good start of upgrading your individual financial plan to a joint one.