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Immigration Lawyers Can Help You With Citizenship and Naturalization Issues

Immigrants often face some daunting legal issues. This is true for all immigrants, regardless of the legal status of their presence in the country. Depending upon your status, your problems might differ. For some, simply staying in the United States is paramount, while for others, becoming a citizen of the United States is the primary goal. 

f you are a permanent resident, and you wish to become a U.S. citizen, an experienced immigration attorney can advise you of your options and guide you through the steps necessary to reach your objectives. You should hire an experienced Munster citizenship lawyer.

An Experienced Attorney Can Help You With Your Citizenship Goals

Like all people, different immigrants have different legal goals, such as becoming a full citizen through the naturalization process. Under U.S. immigration law, achieving this goal can be a complicated process. The following is an overview of the requirements you must meet and steps you must take to qualify for citizenship. Note the process will be different for minors under age 18, naturalization based on U.S. active duty service, or for spouses of U.S. citizens who are military members or who died on active duty. 

The road to citizenship begins years prior by obtaining a green card, which updates your immigration status to permanent resident. Most people must have their green card for five years, though some people who are married to U.S. citizens might qualify after only three years. 

You must then ensure the following are true:

  • You did not live outside the United States for 30 months or longer in the past five years
  • You did not take a vacation outside the United States for longer than one year in the past five years (or three years if you qualify as the spouse of a U.S. citizen)
  • You lived in the state or district where you will submit your citizenship application for the past three months or longer
  • You are able to speak, read, and write basic English
  • You have an understanding of the fundamentals of U.S. government and history
  • You can demonstrate you have good moral character (including not having certain criminal convictions on your record)
  • You did not desert from the U.S. military and were never discharged or exempt based on your alien status
  • You must be willing to perform civilian or military service if you are qualified and service is required under the law
  • You must promise to support and uphold the Constitution of the United States
  • You are willing to take an oath that pledges your allegiance to the United States

The right citizenship attorney can review your situation and advise you whether or not you are eligible for naturalization. 

If you are eligible, you want your attorney to complete all of the necessary forms for your application. You will also need to attend a biometric screening appointment for fingerprinting, as well as an interview with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). USCIS will then grant or deny your application for citizenship. If denied, your attorney can review the reasons why and appeal the decision in the proper manner. 

If You Are Facing Immigration Law Issues in Munster, Talk to the Citizenship Attorneys of Arshad, Pangere & Warring

Immigration law is intricate, and the consequences of getting it wrong can be severe. If you require assistance with the naturalization process, talk to the citizenship attorneys of Arshad, Pangere & Warring. They can provide the legal assistance you need.

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