Becoming a citizen of the United States through Naturalization is the primary requirement in the U.S. Government Immigration process. To apply for United States Citizenship, an individual must first fulfill the following requirements:
- Are you at least 18 years old?
- Have you been a lawful permanent resident in the U.S. for five years or have you been a lawful permanent resident in the U.S. for three years while married to a U.S. Citizen?
- During your residency in the U.S. have you taken any trips outside the U.S. for over a six-month period?
- Have you been physically present in the U.S. for at least half of the five years or half of three years if you’re married to U.S. citizen?
- Have you been physically residing in your current residence for a minimum of three months?
- Have you maintained good moral character during your legal permanent residency? [For example: Zero arrests or convictions with law enforcement or the U.S judicial system, such as DUI, domestic violence, felony charges or failure to pay child support?]
- Can you to read, write, and speak everyday English?
- Do you have knowledge of United States history and government?
- Are you educated on the principles of the United States Constitution?
If you meet the above requirements, you may qualify for the basic requirements for Naturalization approval. Call us today to schedule your consultation by visiting our contact page!
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