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The process to become a U.S. can be daunting, but with the right help, it can be a very smooth and seamless process.  The eligibility requirements for naturalization are long, and sometimes ambiguous. We will help you understand what is required, and what you will need to do in order to meet those requirements.

We will need to first collect information about your case and the specific details of your situation. It is imperative that you be completely honest and forthcoming (someone once said, never lie to your doctor or your lawyer), so that we can help you make the best possible legal decisions. To simplify the process of information gathering, we have a number of standard forms and questionnaires available on our website. On our website, you will find forms related to the naturalization process, as well as documents with detailed information about the process. During your consultation, you may be asked to provide additional information and answer specific questions. The better we understand your case, the better we are able to serve you.

Any legal problems or challenges to your moral character can negatively impact your case, and possibly cause your request to be denied. Additionally, excessive time and trips outside of the U.S. can disqualify you from applying for naturalization until you’ve accumulated the requisite time here, so again, this warrants a very detailed conversation with your attorney.

Therefore, it is important to be very careful with every part of the process. If you have ever been arrested or charged with a crime in the past, or if your situation changes in any other way, please contact our office immediately. Similarly, if you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact us. We understand how intimidating the naturalization process can be, and how important your path to U.S. citizenship is to you.

Our practice is not just about legal services, it is about helping people just like you make their dreams become a reality. Contact us and consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can help you through this tedious and challenging process.