Naturalization is the application process by which U.S. Citizenship is granted to a foreign national after they demonstrate eligibility and fulfill all requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act.
You will need to understand the process of Naturalization before applying. It is highly advised that you retain a Licensed Immigration Attorney to assist you with the application process. If your submission is incorrect in any way, you could be denied, be required to start the process all over again, or potentially be removed from the United States and separated from your family.
USCIS provides helpful resources to study for the Naturalization Test. HERE.
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