Naturalization is a way for a non-citizen of the U.S. to become a citizen. That means the citizen will then owe their allegiance to the U.S. In turn, the citizen will be entitled to all of the privileges, rights and responsibilities as natural born citizens.
At Almasri & Marzwanian, we have helped hundreds of legal immigrants obtain citizenship through naturalization. It is not an easy process. Although there are no guarantees in the law, your chances of success are greater if you have an immigration lawyer help you. Immigration laws change frequently, and we pay daily attention to be sure we help you also stay informed.
Overview of the Naturalization Process
If you have lived legally in the U.S. with a Permanent Resident Green Card for five years, or for three years if you are filing as the spouse of a U.S. citizen, you are eligible to apply for naturalization.
- You need to apply at least six months before your Permanent Resident Card expires. Otherwise, you will need to renew your card.
- You must be at least 18 years when you file.
- You must be able to read and write basic English.
- You must prove you are a person of good moral character.
- You must have a personal interview.
- You must pass the U.S. Naturalization Text.
We will help you through each step of the process. If you have any problems with any step, we will help. We are pleased to help clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. In order to better serve you, our staff members also speak Arabic, Spanish, and Armenian.
We serve those in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston, as well as Oklahoma.
Contact us for a free consultation so we can begin the complicated process and you can become a U.S. citizen.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
Before you get started, schedule a free consultation with one of our immigration lawyers. You can contact us 24 hours a day 7 days a week at a time that is convenient for you. In order to better serve you, our staff members also speak Arabic, Spanish, and Armenian.
Take advantage of this investment opportunity and begin your life in the U.S. as a legal resident. Contact us to schedule your consultation.