Legal Advice for N-400 — 26 results
Written by attorney David Cornish, over 2 years ago.
Los resultados de una condena penal son más devastadores que el pago de una multa, trabajos en la comunidad, la pérdida de su licencia, o el momento de servir. Contratar a un abogado es una... more
Written by attorney Scott Helsper, over 2 years ago.
A person may apply for naturalization after 5 years of being a legal permanent resident of the United States (3 years if married to a U.S. citizen).One of the requirements during the 5... more
Written by attorney C. C. Abbott, almost 3 years ago.
USCIS announced on October 25, 2011 that from that on October 30, 2011forward all Cretificates of US Citizenship (N-560) issued by USCIS will have new enhanced security features. The USCIS... more
Written by attorney Rebecca Berdugo, about 3 years ago.
After you have properly submitted
your N-400 Naturalization application with USCIS you will receive FIRST a notice
for a biometrics appointment where you will have your picture and... more
Written by attorney C. C. Abbott, about 3 years ago.
The Form N-445 - Notice of Naturalization Oath Ceremony - does more than provide the date of the oath ceremony; it is also the last opportunity used to determine the applicant's eligibility.... more
Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, about 5 years ago.
Have you ever been arrested or charged for a crime? If you forget to include an arrest or something that appears on an arrest record, then the USCIS may consider this a lie, which is a... more