Emigration to Florida
There are many topics and issues related to Florida residency and becoming a Florida resident. Below are some examples where “residency” is referenced in Florida Statutes.
Florida Identification Card and Driver License Information
(includes U.S. citizen and non-United States citizen)
General Information: Manifesting and evidencing domicile in Florida
(Chapter 222.17, F.S. – Homestead and Exemptions)
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As a U.S. Citizen you have the right to vote, travel with a U.S. Passport, work as a Federal employee and much more. Learn all about these privileges and find out how to apply for U.S.Citizenship and Naturalization
U.S. Citizenship Application
Citizenship Test Study Guide
New Naturalization Test
By getting your Green Card you will become a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident. Find out more about the benefits of being a Green Card holder.
Green Card Renewal
Lost or Stolen Green Card
Green Card Replacement
Green Card Through Employment
Green Card for your Family
Green Card Through Marriage
You can visit the U.S. with a temporary U.S. Visa. Learn everything about coming to the country for business, tourism, study and work.
B-1 Business Visa
B-2 Tourist Visa
F-1 Student Visa
K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa
H-1B Work Visa
B1/B2 Visa Extension