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Permanent Resident vs. Citizen: What Is the Difference?
Permanent Resident vs. Citizen: What Is the Difference?

We know that lawful permanent residents (LPR) and citizens are both an immigration status that allows you to remain in the United States permanently – so what’s the difference? Read more to find out. Lawful Permanent Resident vs. Citizenship There are some significant ...

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