Citizenship & Naturalization

Becoming a citizen is generally the culmination of earlier immigration applications and gives the full protections of the US government upon a successful application. Even though a legal permanent resident has many of the benefits of being in the US, and may work and travel like a citizen, any arrival at a US border subjects that resident to evaluation as if he or she were an arriving alien, ie. subject to any disqualifying factors such as criminal convictions which may lead to the exclusion or imprisonment of the arriving LPR.

Interested in Citizenship / Naturalization?

If you are interested in applying for citizenship and wish our firm to assist you, please complete the following form and submit it to us. We will contact you as soon as possible to setup a free consultation which will advise you of any problems you may have and the expected cost of your application as supported by our law firm. Note that any information that you give us herein is confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside of our law firm without your consent.

Please give us your name as it appears on your Green Card or Passport.
Eligibility for Naturalization depends on continuous residence in the US for a specified period of time. This will help us ask you the right questions to prepare your application. Note that we will need your passport and other documentation if you have traveled.
Please give us your cell phone here if any so that we can contact you by text as well as by telephone.
This is our preferred method of contact with you. If you do not wish to use email, please advise
Please note that that we need to know of anything that will show up on a background check, including any serious traffic matters such as DUI. If you are not sure, please check that box. Note that any information you share with us is Confidential.