Legal Question in Immigration Law in New Jersey

Hello, I was denied a US citizenship first time I applied because I spent more time going to school and traveling overseas than in the States itself. Second time around last week I was given a hard time during my interview, reminding and warning me of my previous trips, however at the end of my interview I was finally granted a US citizenship. Now my fiance (citizen of another country, also living THERE) made a proposal recently and we are planning to move and live in his country for a while. My question is, if I do decide to move to another country and live there for some time, will this jeaopardize my American citizenship or reentry to USA anytime that I want in any way? Is there a possibility that I was given a citizenship but "an eye" will be kept on me and whereabouts I move in the future?Thank You!

Asked on 3/22/13, 11:17 am

1 Answer from Attorneys

Jignesh Shah Law Office of Jignesh J. Shah, LLC

If you are a U.S. Citizen, then residing in a foreign country will not jeopardize your re-entry to USA. There are tax implications as well, which my answer does not address.

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Answered on 3/28/13, 7:15 am

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