Citizenship and Naturalization

Obtaining U.S. Citizenship is a process in itself. Although filing a petition for citizenship may seem easy, it may become complicated for various reasons. No matter how you obtained your green card, we will help you analyze your case and discuss your options.

At times, USCIS will raise certain issues that may lead to delay or denial of the petition. Our firm has helped hundreds of individuals become United States Citizens. We will assist you in completing your application, file your case with USCIS, and follow up after filing. Prior to your interview, we will meet with you to discuss the interview process. We know that appearing before an Immigration officer could be stressful, and if you wish, we will also accompany you to your citizenship interview.

If you have been charged with a criminal offense or domestic violence, we strongly recommend that you consult with a professional immigration attorney to discuss your case and possible implications before filing a citizenship application.

If you are unable to speak English and have been a permanent resident for more than 15 years, depending on your age, you may be eligible to request a waiver. Call our offices to discuss this matter further.

If you are a U.S. Permanent Resident and need to temporarily work abroad, you may be able to preserve your residence for naturalization.

We can assist you if you have a minor child and you are filing for citizenship, or you require a naturalization certificate for your minor child.

Our firm offers flat fees for citizenship cases. We will file your citizenship case for $425.00* plus cost * Terms and conditions apply