Do you want to become a U.S Citizen by Naturalization?
Most permanent resident aliens enjoy the opportunity of becoming U.S. Citizens assuming certain eligibility requirements are met. For this to happen, the applicant must:
- Be 18 years old or older at the time of filing Form N-400, Application for Naturalization.
- Be a lawful permanent resident.
- Must show continuous physical presence or permanent residence in the United States for at least 5 years or for a period of 3 years if you obtained your permanent residency through your spouse who is a U.S Citizen and you are still married to your U.S. citizen spouse.
- Must show that you are a person of good moral character preceding filing date.
- Must show you can read and write English, except for exemptions, and pass related US civics and history tests.
- Must also meet other pertinent eligibility requirements.
If you have a parent that was a U.S. citizen, either by birth or naturalization, before you turned 18 years old, you may have a claim to citizenship and submit an Application for Certificate of Citizenship before the USCIS. You may also be required to provide related eligibility documentations.
Why Choose Us!
Our managing attorney, Ms. Stella Andrews is also experienced in Immigration Law. As an immigrant, she understands your need to legally reside in the U.S, and make your American dream come true.
- Licensed Attorney- State Bar OF Texas
- Admitted in The United States District Court for Southern District of Texas
- Admitted in The United States Court of Appeals for The Fifth Circuit
- Registered Nurse (BSN) – Texas Board of Nursing
- Certified Legal Nurse Consultant