Legal Advice for Citizenship Application — 5 results
Filing your citizenship application is the first step towards becoming a US citizen. This form is officially known as the N-400 Application for Naturalization.
Written by attorney Neelofer Syed, over 3 years ago.
It is common knowledge that if one is not a U.S. citizen by birth one can become U.S. citizen through the process of naturalization. The process of naturalization and the application form... more
Written by attorney Brian Lerner, over 4 years ago.
citizenship statutes go back to the beginning of the U.S. (although it has and continues to change. During
the second session of the first Congress, the first act to... more
Written by attorney Juan Sarmiento, over 4 years ago.
How can a simple Driving Under the Influence (DUI) conviction affect my green card application? How can it influence my naturalization or citizenship application? What if I have two DUIs?... more
Written by attorney Paris Bolem Lee, over 1 year ago.
In order to become a US Citizen, a Lawful Permanent Resident will under most circumstances have to apply on the N-400 Form to become one through the naturalization process. The form can be... more
Written by attorney Danielle Nelisse, almost 5 years ago.
Thinking about applying for U.S. Citizenship, but have a DUI Conviction? In many states it is still possible to become a U.S. citizen even though you have had one (or sometimes two)... more