Citizenship Lawyer in Clinton North Carolina

The process of applying for US citizenship is called naturalization, for which you have to file form N-400 with the USCIS. But before that, you got to know whether you are eligible or not. So, if you are a foreign national and you do meet the requirements, here is how you can apply for US citizenship. 

1# Check Your Eligibility

Go through the basic eligibility requirements before applying for US citizenship. You must be above 18 years of age. Apart from that, you must possess Green Card for three to five years.

2# Prepare Form N-400

The crucial part of the application is Form N-400 which needs to be filled with utmost care. Avoid any mistakes since it can lead to rejection and denials causing your filing fee to waste. In addition, Form N-400 is long and complex. Thus, it is imperative for you to prepare for it properly to avoid repeating the process and repaying the filing fees.

3# Collect Your Supporting Documents

The application process requires you to send in a few supporting documents, the most common among which are:
-Green Card photocopy
-2 x Passport size photos
-Failing to submit the supporting documents can delay the processing time and sometimes lead to your application’s outright denial. 

4# Submit the Application with the Fee

Now that you have prepared Form N-400 and have collected the supporting documents send the application to USCIS and pay the filing fees.
If you qualify for a citizenship application, contact Abogado Guerrero at Clinton, North Carolina office 910-379-4688

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