Proving good moral character is an essential element of any application for U.S. citizenship.
When you apply to be naturalized, you will have to prove that you have good moral character. Part of proving that you have good moral character is registering for the Selective Service if you are required to do so.
When establishing good moral character, USCIS will often look at the applicant’s criminal history, as well as other submitted information.
There are several steps involved in the naturalization process, and we will walk through each of them.
The basis of your eligibility requires that you spend a certain amount of time in the United States as a permanent resident.