If you are a US permanent resident and considering becoming a US citizen, there are several items you should consider. We have assembled 7 Steps to US Citizenship through Naturalization to guide you through the process. Read our 7 Steps to US Citizenship through Naturalization here.
Our client recently completed their long journey to become a US citizen. Our law firms told her it wasn’t possible. We were able to assist her in eventually becoming a US citizen. We discuss her case here.
Under the Military Accessions Vital To National Interest (MAVNI), the U.S. Secretary of Defense authorized military services to recruit certain legal aliens whose skills were considered vital to the national interest. Our client came to the United States as an F1 student, joined the MAVNI program, and is now a US Citizen. We discuss his journey from an F1 student to US Citizen here.
On December 9, 2022, USCIS announced a policy change that will automatically extend green cards for naturalization applicants. The new policy will go into effect on December 12, 2022. We discuss the new USCIS Policy to Automatically Extend Green Cards for Naturalization Applicants here.
If you filed for US Citizenship through naturalization, and it has been over 4 months since your interview with no response, then you have recourse. US Congress has enacted laws that enable applicants for US Citizenship through Naturalization who have been waiting 4 months or more to take action in federal court and request a judge to force USCIS to make a decision on long-pending US citizenship cases. We discuss how to get a decision on your US Citizenship case here.
Uncover the intricacies of securing proof of US citizenship, particularly if you were born overseas to American parents. Discover the relevant procedures and required documents to establish your claim effectively.
Our client reached out to us after receiving a notice of intent to deny (NOID). We helped them obtain a conditional green card, remove conditions for a 10-year green card, and eventually US citizenship. Our client is now a US citizen. We discuss their journey here.