United States citizenship offers a variety of rights and benefits. Through gaining citizenship, you are able to pursue employment opportunities, vote in United States elections and sponsor other family members who may want to immigrate to the United States in the future. Once you become a naturalized US citizen, you enjoy the same rights and benefits as US born citizens.
Requirements for US Citizenship
In order for you to become a citizen, you will need to meet all legal requirements. The requirements for applying for US citizenship are:
If you meet these requirements, then you will be required to complete and provide the following:
All of these requirements can be a lot to take on by yourself. Our law firm will be able to help you through each step of this process to make sure you are in the best position to have your application approved.
US Citizenship Attorney In Phoenix
At Rose Law Group, our Immigration team is dedicated to helping and representing you. The first step in this process is for us to understand your particular case. Our goal is to take the time needed to understand your situation inside and out so that we can put you in the best position possible. After your free consultation, you will have a better understanding of the next steps you need to take to become a US citizen. Once you become a client, our goal is not only an excellent result, but an enjoyable, stress free experience along the way. Our legal team strives to treat our clients like family, their success is our success.
We provide a free confidential consultation. It’s important to us that you understand where you stand in regards to US citizenship. Schedule your free consultation today by filling out the form below.
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