- GaryLv 79 年前最佳解答
Before answering your questions, I take the following assumptions:
1. Both your wife and you are the natural parents of your children.
2. None of your wife and you are U.S. citizens before the children are born.
3. None of the children are born in the U.S.
The reason for these assumptions is they may be U.S. citizens already before you know it. These assumptions are trying to make sure that are not eligible.
In answering your questions:
1. Unrestricted access to the U.S. (Providing you meet all other requirements)
2. Less waiting time (There are currently under IR-3, which takes about 1 years to process. If they reach 21, it will be F1, which takes 6 years).
1. They will have to maintain the residency requirements, like other residents.
2. It makes no difference for the tuition, as it is based on you, not the children - you still have to pay in a higher rate.
3. They still need to serve the Taiwanese military, if they are male and capable.
4. All U.S. residents are subject to worldwide tax by the U.S. Government.
2011-02-22 16:14:07 補充：
See? I know something's strange here.
Please read the following website:
Your children will not be eligible to be a Permanent Resident as they are a "de facto" citizen of the U.S.
Please finish the process listed in the website above first.
2011-02-22 16:14:27 補充：
For your family, it is necessary to secure the citizenship of the children now.
- RenRenLv 79 年前
到時也可以申請 financial aid~ if your income not high enough
- JJLv 79 年前