Naturalization Application (for a Foreign National who has been a Legal Permanent Resident for 5 years)

$45.00 USD $55.00 sale

Naturalization Application (for a Foreign National who has been a Legal Permanent Resident for 5 years)

$45.00 USD $55.00 sale

Are you looking for a reliable and affordable way to prepare your immigration documents? Do you want to avoid the hassle and expense of hiring a lawyer? If so, you will love our amazing packet! This packet was actually drafted by our law firm and is real and used in real life. It is the next best thing to being represented by an immigration lawyer. It contains everything you need to fill out your forms correctly and confidently. You will also get access to our exclusive online support system, where you can ask questions and get answers from our experienced staff. Don't miss this opportunity to get your immigration packet today !

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Naturalization is the legal process through which a foreign citizen or national can become a United States Citizen. In order to be naturalized, an applicant must first meet certain criteria to apply for citizenship. Then, the applicant must complete an application, attend an interview and pass an English and Civics test. 

If you are a foreign citizen or national who wants to become a United States Citizen, you need to go through a legal process called naturalization. This process has several requirements and steps that you must follow carefully. As an Immigration Lawyer, I can help you navigate the complex and often confusing immigration system and avoid any mistakes or delays that could jeopardize your chances of becoming a citizen.Some of the requirements for naturalization are: 
  • You must be at least 18 years old at the time of filing the application. 
  • You must have been a permanent resident (green card holder) for at least five years, or three years if you are married to a U.S. citizen. 
  • You must have lived in the state or district where you are applying for at least three months. 
  • You must have been physically present in the U.S. for at least half of the required residency period. 
  • You must demonstrate good moral character, respect for the U.S. Constitution and loyalty to the U.S. 
  • You must be able to read, write and speak basic English, unless you qualify for an exemption based on age, disability or length of residency. 
  • You must pass a test on U.S. history and government, unless you qualify for an exemption based on age, disability or length of residency.The steps for naturalization are:- Complete and submit Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, along with the required documents and fees. 
  • Attend a biometrics appointment to provide your fingerprints, photograph and signature. 
  • Receive a notice for your interview and test date. 
  • Attend the interview and test at a local USCIS office and answer questions about your application and background. 
  • Receive a notice of decision, which could be granted, continued or denied. 
  • If granted, receive a notice to take the Oath of Allegiance at a naturalization ceremony. 
  • Attend the ceremony and take the Oath of Allegiance to become a U.S. citizen. 
As you can see, naturalization is not a simple or easy process. It requires careful preparation, documentation and follow-up. That's why it is advisable to hire an experienced Immigration Lawyer who can guide you through every step and ensure that your application is complete, accurate and timely. An Immigration Lawyer can also help you prepare for the interview and test, represent you in case of any issues or complications, and celebrate with you when you achieve your dream of becoming a U.S. citizen. 
 
As an Immigration Lawyer, we are very aware of the red tape and the multiple items that could go wrong with any particular petition and/or application. Thus, this example should provide you a very clear path with which you can use to prepare your own Sibling Petition in order to proceed forward. The sample Sibling Petition petition will give lots of great information and a significant amount of information and data that will comply with the requirements. Note that it is not an automatic grant and it is not just filling out some forms. This is your burden to prove to the immigration officer and to convince that officer you should be reinstated even after falling out of status. Thus, if you cannot hire an immigration lawyer to prepare the necessary Sibling Petition, then this is the next best thing.

We certainly hope you find this petition useful and helpful and hope for the best immigration experience you can have. We do have petitions on every subject area of immigration, and you might look at those if needed as well. If you do need to actually have a consultation, you can call our U.S. Immigration Law office at 562-495-0554 for an initial free consultation to determine what must be done to help you and your family.

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