Under U.S. Immigration Law, there are multiple steps to apply for U.S. citizenship. You will want to understand the naturalization process and it is highly advised that you retain a Licensed Immigration Lawyer to assist you through the process. If your submission is incorrect in any way, you could be denied, required to start the process all over again, and potentially be separated from your Family members. Call the dedicated Family Immigration Attorney at Elevated Family Law today to assist you with your Naturalizaion process.
Before you apply for U.S. citizenship, please make sure you meet all of the eligibility requirements. You can check for exceptions and accommodations HERE. You can also use USCIS’s naturalization eligibility worksheet HERE or their Document Checklist located HERE.
If you still have questions about how to apply for U.S. Citizenship and the naturalization process, then go to their website HERE.
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