The qualification process for U.S. Naturalization can be a bit tricky. We have made it simple and easy to understand in our Qualification Quiz! See if you are qualified for our services.
This package allows you to use the system to complete the required forms. The system organizes, then requests uploads of the required additoinal documents. The system then provides the required cover letter as part of the application package. Lastly, the system organizes the entire packet for review, signature and submission. Also Includes an Independent Attorney Review. PLUS: You have a dedicated guide that is directly working with you. All documents will submitted digitally. Your application will be assembled completely through the system. You will be able to print your completed packet as a PDF for submission. (Government fees are not included in the prices)
Naturalization is the process through which a person that was not born in the U.S., nor was born to a U.S. Citizen parent can obtain U.S. Citizenship.
This is the first and most important question you could ask.
First, there are many benefits that you will be eligible for, like disability, that are not available to non-citizens.
Second, in almost all cases you are protected from deportation, even if you commit a criminal offense.
Third, you become a part of the greatest experiment in world history.
Lastly, and in our opinion most importantly, you will have the ability to participate in this country by voting for our leaders, by being numbered as a citizen of the greatest country in the world, and by being protected as a citizen of the United States.
There are two possible answers depending on your circumstance.
For some it could be as little as 3-years.
For most it will be at least a 5-year wait.
On your LPR card (Green Card), you will see two dates at the bottom of the card. The first date will be the date that your current card expires. The second date, closest to the bottom of the card, will be the “Resident Since” date. The second is the date that you became an LPR. That is the date used to determine your eligibility to apply for Naturalization.
Yes, the government charges a filing fee for almost all immigration benefits. It is possible to get that fee waived in very limited circumstances. The normal filing fee is $725.
That really depends on your immigration and criminal history, your entries and exits while a resident, your previous dealings with certain government officials, and other information. Don’t worry, we will walk you through the whole process.
As all lawyers would say, it depends. There are many factors that determine the wait time for your application. Some of these factors could include things such as how quickly you turn it in or how complete the file is when you apply. Where you live and how quickly you respond to government requests will also determine wait time. This process can take anywhere from 4 months to 18 months or longer.