US Citizenship

U.S. Citizenship

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Most immigrants come to the United States seeking an opportunity to provide themselves and their families with a better life. Applying for U.S. Citizenship requires you to go through a naturalization process. Becoming a naturalized citizen reward you with rights and privileges that were not available to you as a green card holder. For example, you can vote, you cannot be deported for most criminal offenses, you can travel or reside in another country without giving up your U.S. Citizenship, and you can apply for federal government jobs.

When you apply for U.S. Citizenship, you must take a naturalization test to demonstrate your ability to read, write, and speak English, and your knowledge of United States Civics (history and government).

The United States is a nation of immigrants. Becoming a U.S. citizen is the ultimate expression of loyalty and commitment to the United States and its people. It is important to consult with an experienced us citizenship lawyer to assist you with your application. Contact us today for assistance.