Citizenship & Naturalization
Effective Philadelphia Immigration Attorney - (215) 649-7535
Becoming a U.S. citizen is a dream of many immigrants, but the naturalization
process can be complex and challenging. If you are considering beginning
your path to citizenship, you should speak to our Philadelphia
immigration lawyer. At the
Law Office of Matthew Archambeault, we are excited to help you navigate the process of becoming a citizen,
and we will help you find the best options for your unique situation.
Learn how we can help you today!
Contact our firm by calling (215) 649-7535.
The Requirements for Naturalization
There are several things you must prove to be eligible for citizenship,
You have been a
permanent resident of the U.S. for 5 years, have been
married to a U.S. citizen for 3 years, or are currently serving in the U.S. military.
- You are at least 18 years old.
- You have been physically present in the U.S. for at least 30 months out
of the prior 5 years.
- You have evidence of good moral character.
- You demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the U.S. Constitution.
- You are able to read and write basic English
- You can demonstrate knowledge of U.S. history and government.
The Application Process
The application process is complex and can be time-consuming, but it is
often well worth the effort. Here is a simple overview of the process:
- Complete Form N-400, which is the citizenship application, and submit it
to the USCIS with a copy of your green card, the required photos, and
a check for processing fees.
- Attend an in-person interview, which will test your understanding and use
of English and your understanding of U.S. history and government
- Attend a biometrics appointment at the local USCIS office, and take the
Oath of Allegiance.
Each of these steps may involve several forms or documents, which your
immigration attorney can help you complete and submit properly. If you
have prior criminal convictions, have been accused of tax fraud, have
an expired visa, or other issues, it may still be possible to become a
citizen. Your immigration lawyer can help you demonstrate that you are
still eligible for citizenship and work towards naturalization.
Learn How Our Philadelphia Immigration Lawyer Can Help - (215) 649-7535
The naturalization process can be a challenge, especially if you have negative
factors in your history. Our Philadelphia
immigration attorney can help you reach your citizenship goals. We take the time to
discuss your options with you and help you find ways to speed up the citizenship
process. At the
Law Office of Matthew Archambeault, we are familiar with the resources available to immigrants and we can
help you successfully receive citizenship.
Contact our firm to learn more. Call (215) 649-7535 to request a
free case evaluation today.