Written by attorney Romy B Jurado

Understanding U.S. Citizenship

U.S. Citizenship is a big step and it typically comes with complications. Pledging your allegiance to a country is not something you should take lightly. With several complex steps and forms that need to be filled out, mistakes are a common but highly problematic issue in the U.S. process.

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If you have been granted a green card in the United States and now you are thinking about obtaining the U.S. citizenship, a Florida Citizenship Lawyer from Jurado & Farshchian, P.L. can help you determine if you qualify and provide guidance through the naturalization process. U.S. Citizenship comes with a variety of benefits and rights such as freedom of speech and the right to vote and run for an election, apply for federal employment, among others. However, becoming a citizen also comes with a set of obligations that every American citizen needs to satisfy such as, answering jury summons, abiding by federal and state laws, and paying taxes. If you are seeking U.S. Citizenship, then nobody needs to remind you how important the naturalization process is. You probably know that one mistake or oversight could result in delays, or worse, denials. To avoid potential hiccups, it is always recommended that you seek the counsel of a qualified citizenship lawyer in Florida who has experience handling this type of immigration processes. At Jurado & Farshchian, P.L., you will find that lawyer. Our team will provide you with professional and detail-oriented services. We dedicate all the time we need to each and every client in order to understand their unique needs and guarantee a successful U.S. Citizenship application. To schedule a consultation with one of our experts, call us today at (305) 921-0440 or send us an email to [email protected] or visit and learn how you can become another one of our many satisfied clients

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