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I'll be graduating this academic year with an LLB but since I'm marrying an American and moving to California, I'd like to be able to practice there. So far, I've been told by various people, that I'm going to need to take the California State bar exam but since my law degree is 'foreign' it looks like I'm going to have to do an additional year before I take those exams. So, my questions are.. Do I need to live in California for a certain amount of time before I am eligible for government funding for University? Would I need to be married for any amount of time before becoming an American citizen? Would becoming an American citizen mean giving up my British or my Pakistani citizenship? What kind of course/degree do I need to do before I can take the California Bar exam? Do I need to take the General exam or the Attorneys exam? Any guidance would be greatly appreciated concerning any of the above. Thank you.
To qualify for Government Student Aid/Loans you need to be a Permanent Resident. To qualify for tuition based on being a resident of California you will need to have lived in the state for a year. You need to be married at least 3 years before you can apply for US citizenship. The California Bar, believe it or not, does not even require graduation from a Law School. Non graduates can sit for the bar and every once in a while some genius actually passes the bar exam without having attended law school. Contact the California Bar for specific answers to your questions......
As a qualified english lawyer how have you come up with the idea that it would be easy to switch over to america.i would say you have no chance at this moment in time the american government for a start are not going to finance you in any way the fact that you are going to marry an american citizen does not hold water with the americans whatsoever,and even worse you are from pakistan not exactly the favourite country of the americans at this moment in time,i assume that you have gone into law to make money if so let me give you some advise,the highest payed barristers in the world are english corporate lawyers much more than you can acheive in america because most of the litigation is in and around europe a long way from america who normally would not get involved in european litigation,i also think it would be nice and decent to pay back a little to the country that has trained you and givern you the ability to become what you are.dnt you?think carefully about what you are going to do it would be a different ball game if you were a female marrying an american every thing would be open for you very unfair but that is the way it is in america ,good luck ok.
You should contact the new-jersey bar for details of what you will require to upgrade you will have to pay for schooling nor will you be a US citizen for at least 3 years