Legal Guides for US Citizenship
Written by attorney Jeffrey Devore, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Do I Have To Be Fluent In English?
You do not have to be perfectly fluent in English to become a U.S. citizen. You do, however, have to show USCIS that you can read, speak, and write basic... more
Written by attorney Ritu Goswamy, about 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 Karen-Lee Pollak, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
This guide explains the process of becoming a US Citizen if you are a permanent resident who has no special circumstances.
Written by attorney Michael Sherman, about 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 Chris Gafner, almost 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 Shahzad Ahmed, over 1 year ago.
April 2010 - By Shahzad Ahmed
Becoming a citizen of the United States is a dream for many immigrants. However, achieving this dream requires careful planning since many find their dreams... more
Written by attorney Husna F. Alikhan, 10 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 Raazia Bokhari, 5 months ago.
This guide will give you step by step instructions to attain U.S. Citizenship General Steps Apply for U.S. Citizenship by downloading and filling out Form N-400 Application for... more
Written by attorney Sonali Patnaik, over 1 year ago.
In the spectrum of Immigration violations, a false claim to U.S. citizenship might be the most underestimated. This is because it often occurs by a clerical error on a form and is rarely... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, over 1 year ago.
An individual can obtain U.S. citizenship in one of three ways: by birth, by application for naturalization, or they can derive citizenship from their parents and grandparents.
A parent... more