The chance of you losing your citizenship is incredibly small. Generally, the only people who lose their citizenship are people who lie in order to gain it.
In this episode of Law Talk, Andrew and Trent discuss all the ins and outs of the citizenship and naturalization process for U.S. immigrants!
Applying for citizenship can be a complex and expensive process. For this reason, hiring an attorney can often save you money in the long run.
Only you can decide if applying for citizenship is worth the hassle, but as you can see, citizenship carries with it some massive perks.
Filing for U.S. citizenship is a simple process. However, it can take an incredibly long time depending on a number of factors in your case.
There are several benefits to becoming a U.S. citizen. However, the process is both long and expensive, so you should think it over before applying.
There are several ways for you to prepare for your naturalization interview, from studying common questions to reviewing your N-400 form.
You must be a Permanent Resident of the United States for a certain period of time before applying for United States citizenship
Once you naturalize and become a United States citizen you should have no problem keeping your citizenship status.
The naturalization process can be daunting, but the reward of U.S. citizenship is worth every step. This article explores re-applying for U.S. citizenship.
When establishing good moral character, USCIS will often look at the applicant’s criminal history, as well as other submitted information.
Generally, to be eligible to apply for citizenship you must be at least 18 years old and have been a permanent resident for 5 years.