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Immigration Law, Citizenship, Green Card
Why should I become a U.S. Citizen?
Being a United States citizenship is required to be employed and receive the many benefits that the United States gives us such as retirement benefits, Social Security Income, Medicaid, and Medicare. You also have the opportunity to vote, bring family members to the United States, obtain a United States passport (which will allow the US Government to assist you when in another country), and if you have a child after becoming a citizen, there's a great chance that child will automatically become a United States citizen.
How do I become a U.S. Citizen?
Citizenship is basically the process of becoming a United States citizenship. Anyone who wants to become a US Citizen, must complete the naturalization process by filing a naturalization application, completing an interview, and taking a test. You are eligible to become a citizenship if you have been a lawful permanent resident for five years, ; if you have been a lawful permanent resident for three years, have been married to a US citizen for those three years and continue to be married to that citizen; if you are the lawful permanent child of U.S. citizen parents; or have qualifying service in the U.S. Armed Forces (1 year service on active duty while being lawful permanent resident). As a US Citizen, you also have responsibilities such as giving up all prior allegiance to any other nation, swearing to the United States allegiance, support and defend the laws of the U.S., and serve for the United States when required.
How can you help?
Filing to become a U.S. Citizen is rather complicated and time-consuming, but that is why we are here to help you through the whole process. For any more questions regarding citizenship, how it works, how long it takes, how we can help, or any other questions or concerns, you can contact us and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
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