There are lots of benefits to becoming a U.S. citizen, including the right to vote, the right to hold office, eligibility for federal employment and benefits, the right not be deported, the right to travel abroad for as long as you want, and much more. The best part, however, is that you do not need to worry about immigration and you can bring more family members to the United States.
A common reason why immigrants do not apply for citizenship is because they are scared of the process. We will break down the process in three steps.
First, you must file an application with the government. Complete Form N-400 and submit it with the necessary evidence.
Second, you must get fingerprinted (biometrics) and prepare for your interview, which includes studying for the citizenship test.
Third, you must attend your interview and pass the naturalization test. After you pass, you take the Naturalization Oath of Allegiance. While the process seems straightforward, do not try applying without an attorney because things usually happen and getting denied will waste your time and money.
It can be tempting to apply for citizenship on your own, but do not do this (especially if you have a criminal history). Our citizenship attorneys can help you get your citizenship quickly without any stress or issues. If anything comes up during the process, our lawyers will handle it.