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Obtain U.S. Citizenship through Naturalization

Many foreign nationals live and work in the United States for years with the goal of eventually becoming a U.S. citizen. In order to successfully carry out this process, the person who is seeking citizenship will have to meet various requirements and ensure that all paperwork is filled out correctly. When you have a chance at obtaining something as important as citizenship, it is crucial that you have the help of an attorney who practices immigration law and understands Adjustments of Status, dual citizenship laws, and other aspects of the naturalization and citizenship process.

Simon Law Group, PLLC has Houston immigration lawyers who can provide you with guidance each step of the way. We can help you determine whether you qualify for citizenship, gather the appropriate documents and ensure that you are filling out your application as accurately as possible. With the help of skilled attorneys, you can greatly reduce your chances of having your application rejected or delayed because of errors.

How the Naturalization Process Works

The form that is used for applying for citizenship is N-400, which is the application for naturalization. Naturalization occurs when a person who was born in another country obtains citizenship by meeting a number of requirements.

Some of those requirements include the following:

  • Permanent residency in the U.S. for at least five years, or three years in some cases
  • Residency in the state where applying for citizenship for three months or more
  • No long-term travel (trips lasting six months or more) outside the U.S. in the past five years, or three years in some cases
  • Considered a person of good moral character (part of which means you have not been convicted of certain types of criminal charges)
  • Ability to speak, read and write basic English (measured through a test)
  • Basic knowledge of U.S. history and civics (measured through a test)
  • Taking an oath of allegiance to the United States

There are certain exceptions to some of these requirements. In addition to meeting the above criteria, however, there are other steps that immigrants must take as part of the citizenship application process.

Additional actions include submitting documents such as special forms, photos, copies of Green Cards, copies of marriage certificates or divorce decrees, etc.; undergoing a naturalization interview with a USCIS officer; biometrics testing; and fingerprinting. Be sure to get the assistance you need when you are applying for citizenship in the United States.

Success Stories

"We helped a client get his case approved based on marriage (USC wife petitioned for Mexican husband). The case was initially denied when he applied on his own. USCIS thought they didn't have enough proof of cohabitation. In addition, there were discrepancies during the initial interview. USCIS was claiming marriage fraud. Attorney Sebastian Simon refiled everything, went to the interview and case got approved."

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