Legal Advice for Naturalization — 109 results
Written by attorney Chris Gafner, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you plan to become a US citizen, you may have a number of questions about the process. This guide covers some of the more frequently asked questions.
Written by attorney Michael Sherman, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Review the USCIS Guide to Naturalization The first step that I recommend to everyone is to go to the official USCIS website and review a publication called "Guide to Naturalization." This... more
Written by attorney Ritu Goswamy, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you are a legal permanent resident of the United States (have a
Green Card), you may apply to become a U.S. citizen.This application
process is called naturalization and has several... more
Written by attorney Madhu Kalra, about 1 year ago.
Continuous Resident Requirement: An applicant for naturalization must have resided continuously riesided for five years in the United States after he or she became... more
Written by attorney Husna F. Alikhan, 8 months ago.
There are seven basic requirements that a permanent resident must fulfill before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service will allow him/her to become a United States citizen.... more
Written by attorney William J Quirk, 11 months ago.
It has finally come - the day you have been dreaming of! You are going to your local USCIS Office for your Naturalization Hearing. With a successful interview, you will become a citizen... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, over 1 year ago.
Legal permanent residents (LPRs) can become U.S. citizens even if they cannot speak English. Foreigners who either have been LPRs for a long time orhave a documented impairment which... more
Written by attorney Haroen Calehr, over 1 year ago.
Naturalization is the process of becoming a US citizen. Many people fail to realize that they can actually loose their green card when applying for naturalization if they had a... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, 3 months ago.
An individual who has been a lawful permanent resident for five years is eligible to become a US citizen. If the applicant is married to a US citizen, the wait time is only three years.... more
Written by attorney Lea McDermid, 2 months ago.
USCIS will only accept the new Form N-400 Application for Naturalization as of 5/5/2014. Why is there a new Form N-400? The new form is 21 pages long and uses 2D technology. This means that... more