Many people want to enjoy the benefits that come with American citizenship, from ability to vote in elections to total protection from the possibility of deportation. If you are an immigrant, you may be eligible to obtain U.S. citizenship through a legal procedure referred to as naturalization. Unfortunately, as this is a complex process, many qualified applicants run into obstacles along the way.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., our dedicated Greeley citizenship lawyers are committed to providing top quality legal representation to our immigration law clients. If you or a loved one is seeking citizenship in Weld County, Colorado, our Greeley immigration lawyers are standing by, ready to help you through the process.
Under U.S. immigration law. Immigrants must hold a green card for at least five years (in good standing) to be qualified to apply for citizenship. If you or your family member has had a valid green card for the past five years in Greeley, Colorado, you meet the timeline requirements to apply for U.S. citizenship.
To obtain U.S. citizenship, you must do more than just get a green card and wait five years. As stated by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), there are also additional eligibility requirements that you must be able to meet. They include:
Even for those who unquestionably meet all of the USCIS qualification requirements, the citizenship process can still be challenging. Your first step is to carefully complete Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. From there, you will be required to:
If you run into any trouble along the way, you need to be ready to take immediate action. Consult an experienced Greeley immigration law attorney as soon as possible.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., we are true immigration law specialists. Our legal team has been providing the best immigration law services to clients throughout Colorado for more than 20 years. To set up a fully confidential consultation with our Greeley citizenship lawyers, please contact our law office today.
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