President Trump signed the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act on March 27, 2020. This basically means that the US government will allocate $2 Trillion to help individuals and businesses during this pandemic.
Our adventure started with a 10 hour flight from Thailand. We arrived at the Incheon International Airport at around 11:00 ish at night. The check out process was a breeze. We were finally in the land of K-pop and kimchee! We hailed a taxi right away and headed to Seoul, Gangnam district. If you’ve missed the first three legs of our trip, click here for Japan, Vietnam, and Thailand.
This article will be a work in progress. It will be like a diary. I plan to chronicle my mom’s US citizenship application from the beginning to the end. Hopefully, she’ll become an eagle when this article is finished. This article should contain the procedures that we had to go through, some tips, and the time frame of her application process.
I also want to make a disclaimer that the information in this article is based from our experiences alone. Everyone’s situation is different. What is applicable to mom might not be applicable to yours. Check out USCIS for more information.