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U.S. Citizenship

U.S. Citizenship

Being a citizen of the United States is a requirement for many of the privileges afforded by government programs such as Medicaid and Medicare, as well as retirement benefits from Social Security.

If you were not born a United States Citizen you may still be eligible for citizenship through the normal naturalization process. Naturalization is an administrative process that requires a non-citizen to comply with a whole host of immigration laws. The qualifications for citizenship generally require the following:

  1. Residence in the U.S. as a legal permanent resident for 5 years, more than half of which included physical presence in the U.S.
  2. Further, the individual seeking citizenship must not have another permanent residency in any other country during such time.
  3. Meet requirements for “good character”
  4. Interview with the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS)

The application and interview process for U.S. citizenship can be complicated and time consuming. Our immigration law firm can help you navigate the very complex requirements and procedural rules of the application process.



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