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Cabrera & Hart Immigration

U.S. Citizenship Naturalization Lawyer

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Naturalization is an important process and one mistake could result in significant delays or even a denial. In order to be eligible for the U.S. Citizenship Naturalization visa, an applicant must meet certain criteria. This includes being at least 18 years old, being a permanent resident of the United States for at least five years, being able to read, write, and speak basic English, having a basic knowledge of American government and history, abiding by all laws and regulations of the United States, and demonstrating good moral character. Once these requirements are met, an applicant can then apply for their citizenship naturalization visa.

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C&H proudly provides clients with the opportunity to become U.S. citizens, regardless of past criminal background or other history that may make naturalization a challenge for them and their families. Our legal team is dedicated to granting green card holders full access to all rights otherwise exclusive to those born in the United States – ensuring they can thrive just as any native-born citizen would!

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The first step is the hardest part! Contact us today and I’ll guide you on your journey to U.S. Citizenship Naturalization.

Step 1
Schedule Consultation

Call us to schedule your attorney consultation, via video call or phone.

Step 2
Case Review

Attorney will analyze your case and create an individualized case plan that best meets your needs

Step 3

A questionnaire along with a document checklist, to guide you through the process.

Step 4
Case preparation

Document and form compilation for final review.

Step 5
Document analysis

Attorney will review all documents and forms, ensuring your application is ready for submission

Step 6
File your case!

Your case will be filed by our office, guiding the process through completion.

Step 7
Interview Prep

We will schedule your interview prep with our attorney to ensure you are well prepared & confident on the day of your interview. Your attorney may accompany you on your interview.

Step 8
Case Approval!

Now that you have U.S. Citizenship, we are still here to guide you in anyway we can.

Eligibility to begin the naturalization process:

Generally, you can submit an application to become a U.S. citizen if you are at least 18 years old and you:

Have been a green card holder for at least 5 years; or
Are married to a U.S. Citizen for at least 3 years; and
Are able to read and write in basic English;
Can demonstrate knowledge of U.S. history and government; and
Can demonstrate continuous residence and physical presence in the U.S. for at least 30 months prior to filing.


Have a question? Check these answers.

USCIS processing times may change due to a range of circumstances, with processing timeframes typically ranging from 9 months after an application is filed. Variations in estimates can be impacted by pandemics, weather conditions and laws subject to regular amendment – all factors that contribute towards potential delays or accelerated procedures.

Yes, you will receive a notification for your biometrics appointment, which includes the time and place of fingerprinting. This location is likely to be where you’ll have your interview as well as attend your citizenship ceremony.

Changing your name can be a complicated process, but it is possible if you follow the guidelines of your respective state. Most commonly, proof such as marriage certificates or court orders are needed to demonstrate that the legal change has been made. However, even without this documentation at hand there’s another way: A judge may preside over an Oath of Allegiance for Naturalization Ceremony and effectuate a name change in the process which will appear on official documents like Certificates of Naturalization post-procedure. Keep in mind though that following these alternate steps might cause delays during application processing timeframes.

If born stateside, most likely yes! However, if you were not – there is still hope; provided your parents are citizens and able to demonstrate one parent resided in the United States at some point before your birth. To be considered for citizenship it requires evidence that proves this as well as documentation of residence time showing no less than five years prior to birth with two after their 14th birthday and record of foreign-birth certified by an American embassy or consulate also helps establish valid proof.

If you feel your application for U.S. citizenship was unfairly denied, you have the right to request a hearing with an immigration officer by referring to the letter sent accompanying the denial explaining what is required and details on form N-336. Additionally, if rejection occurred due to failure of English or civics test portions—don’t despair! You can take these examinations as often as needed upon feeling prepared before making another attempt at obtaining citizenship status in America.

Don’t worry – you can still pursue citizenship. However, traveling abroad or applying for a job may create difficulties. So don’t delay any longer and make sure to renew your card before its expiration date!

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