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Becoming a U.S. Citizen Through Naturalization

Naturalization is the process by which a foreign national, who had already been granted a green card, can become a citizen of the United States. However, there are specific qualifications and restrictions that must be met. In cases such as this, we advise you to consult with an immigration attorney from our firm. We would be proud to work with you to verify that all requirements have been met and that your application has been accurately filled out, and to assist you throughout the entire naturalization process.

Information and Benefits of Naturalization

In order to become a naturalized U.S. citizen, you will generally need to meet the following conditions:
  • You have a current and valid green card, meaning that you are a lawful permanent resident.
  • You have had your green card for 5 years at minimum.
  • Your green card was legally obtained.
  • You have continuously lived in the United States for the last 5 years, and you were physically present here for at least 30 months during that time.
  • You are 18 years of age or older.
  • You support the U.S. Constitution, know the basics of U.S. history, and have strong moral character.
  • You can read, write, and speak basic English.
  • You have passed several written and oral tests administered during the naturalization process.
  • You submit the right forms and documents, along with biometrics such as fingerprints.
Benefits of becoming a US citizen, include but are not limited to:
  • The right to vote in local, state, and national elections
  • Lower taxes
  • Eligibility for scholarships to help pay for higher education
  • Eligibility for certain government grants

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