Are you still considered an immigrant, even if you become a citizen?

Posted by: tajshar2k

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  • yes, because you immigrated here. lol

  • Of course, I'm an immigrant and move to the U.S. 20+ years ago (legally with a resident visa, in case anyone wonders). Even after I've become a naturalized U.S. citizen many years ago, I still consider myself an immigrant.

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briantheliberal says2015-05-07T22:46:45.7425448-05:00
Yes, that is why you had to become a citizen in the first place.
Midnight1131 says2015-05-07T22:48:57.1118290-05:00
But you aren't considered an immigrant by the country, you're considered a citizen.
briantheliberal says2015-05-07T23:17:54.6465048-05:00
Being an immigrant and a citizen of a country are not mutually exclusive. My grandparents are both immigrants from another country, as well as a legal citizens of the United States.

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