Legal Advice for “Naturalization” — 79 results
Written by attorney Chris Gafner, over 5 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 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
A step-by-step overview of the US citizenship application process, also known as naturalization.
Written by attorney Madhu Kalra, about 2 years 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 Carl Shusterman, over 4 years ago.
What will happen at the naturalization ceremony?
If USCIS approves your application for naturalization, you must attend a ceremony and take the Oath of Allegiance to the United States.... more
Written by attorney Lisa E. Battan, over 4 years ago.
Almost all persons who are born in the United States are U.S. citizens. Certain other people who are born abroad may be U.S. citizens if their parents and/or grandparents were U.S. citizens... more
Written by attorney Rehan Alimohammad, over 4 years ago.
Requirements for Naturalization
There are exceptions and
waivers that a person may be eligible for, but the main requirements include
the following: 1) Good Moral Character,
2) 18 years... more
Written by attorney Erik CJ Anderson, over 4 years ago.
Requirements for Naturalization Foreign nationals must meet basic requirements to be eligible for United States citizenship. Specifically, the Applicant must:
• Be admitted to permanent... more
Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 4 years ago.
The United States has a long history of welcoming immigrants from all parts of the world. During the last decade, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) welcomed... more
Written by attorney Brian Lerner, almost 5 years ago.
Naturalization is the process whereby people who have had their Green
Cards for a certain period of time can apply to become United States
Citizens. Becoming a United States Citizen... more
Written by attorney Avi Friedman, almost 5 years ago.
General Requirements (1) five years continuous residence (three years if married to a US citizen), of which at least half the time must be spent physically in the United States;