Legal Advice for “N-400” — 7 results
Written by attorney Tom Youngjohn, about 5 years ago.
Some Lawful Permanent Residents don't try to become US citizens. Perhaps they don't want to. Perhaps they do want to, but they don't think their English is good enough or they don't think... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, over 1 year ago.
Most people mistakenly believe that once foreigners obtain their green card, their immigration problems are over. Actually, the process of applying for U.S. citizenship can be the most... more
Written by attorney Javier G Pineda, over 3 years ago.
You filed your application, have been fingerprinted and now your interview has been scheduled. Now what do you do?Make sure you have prepared yourself for the history and government... more
Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 4 years ago.
In becoming a naturalized United States Citizen an applying party must meet specific criteria. On e such requirement is the filing of a Citizenship Application (Form N-400) with Immigration.... more
Written by attorney Karin Wolman, 3 months ago.
Naturalization is the ultimate goal of the immigration process, but many bumps and potholes can trip you up on the way. Your entire immigration history, plus other aspects of your life... more
Written by attorney Renee M. Dagher, over 1 year ago.
Once you obtain the coveted "greencard", you should begin to think about whether you want to apply for U.S. citizenship through naturalization. This application can take planning and fore... more
Written by attorney Norma Lorenzo, about 5 years ago.
You personal documents Submit a copy of your Greencard
A copy of your Passport (all pages) try to show the trips that you have taken abroad during the time that you were a resident
Copy of... more