Streamlined Naturalization Process with ImmigrateFast.Law

Experience a smooth immigration transition with our Streamlined Naturalization Process. 

What is the "Naturalization Process?"

An individual can obtain U.S. citizenship in one of the following three ways. The vast majority of American citizens obtain their U.S. citizenship by having been born in the United States. The second group of American citizens are those who are born abroad to at least one American citizen parent. The final group gains their U.S. citizenship through a process called Naturalization. 

Simplified Naturalization Journey

Generally speaking, the Naturalization process is only available for U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents (known as LPR), who hold a valid Green Card. After living in the U.S. for at least 5 years with Green Card, an LPR can start transitioning to a U.S. citizen through Naturalization process. Officially, the Naturalization journey begins by filing Form N-400, the Application for Naturalization. Depending on the applicant’s location and the complexity of the case, the Naturalization process might take about six to ten months. Once the initial review of Form N-400 is complete, the applicants will need to attend an interview with a USCIS officer who will check the application and ask some background questions. If the interview goes well, the applicants will receive an invitation to attend the Naturalization Oath Ceremony, where the applicants will pledge loyalty to the U.S. and receive Naturalization Certificate confirming their U.S. citizenship status.

5 Reasons To Naturalize Now

✅ U.S. citizens are NOT deportable!

Certain crimes or illegal activity could get a green card holder deported, whereas a naturalized US citizen will not. If you meet the citizenship requirements but have developed a criminal record since obtaining your green card, contact an immigration attorney to discuss whether it safe for you to apply for citizenship.

✅ U.S. citizens can sponsor other immigrants immediately.

Currently, the waiting list for green card holders who petition for their spouses to become green card holders is approximately five years. U.S. citizens can sponsor spouses immediately.

✅ Travel outside the U.S. for however long you want.

A green card holder can lose their green card if they remain outside of the United States for too long. As a U.S. citizen, your travel abroad or your choice to live abroad will be unrestricted.

✅ Green card holders cannot vote in federal elections.

Only US citizens have the right to vote in federal elections (and most states and local elections).

✅ Naturalization processing times are amazingly short right now.

Currently, the average time to complete the naturalization process is 6 months. In past years, it was not uncommon to wait up to a year or longer.

Am I eligible to become a naturalized U.S. citizen?

Essentially, the applicants must satisfy the following requirements to become a naturalized U.S. citizen: 

☞ Statutory Period.

If you obtained your residency through a U.S. citizen spouse and you are still married, you must wait three years after you obtain your residency to apply for citizenship. All other applicants must wait five years (certain exceptions apply to those who serve or have served in the military).

☞ Moral Character.

You must have good moral character for the statutory period (3 years if married to a US citizen, five years for all other applicants).

☞ Applicant must be 18 years or older

As simple as it sounds, you must be at least 18 years old at the time of submitting your Form N-400. 

☞ Ability to read, write, and speak basic English

One important key point is that you must demonstrate the ability to read, write, and speak English.

☞ Knowledge and understanding of U.S. history and government (civics)

As part of the Naturalization Process, you must show a basis understanding of U.S. history, principles, and the form of government.  In other words, you must past the Civics Test. 

☞ Willingness to take the Oath of Allegiance to the United States

Taking an Oath of Allegiance to the United States is a solemn vow that new citizens make as a part of the naturalization process. The Oath signifies their commitment to uphold the laws and constitution of the United States, renounce any foreign allegiance and loyalties, and pledge their loyalty to the United States.

The Oath generally reads as follows:

“I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by the law; and that I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, so help me God.”

Easy-to-Follow Naturalization Steps

In general, our representation covers the following steps:

⒈ Initial client interview to determine eligibility

Applicants should have a qualified immigration attorney verify their eligibility since submitting an N-400 application may place certain people at risk for deportation. Having your citizenship application prepared by a qualified naturalization attorney can help prevent such a potentially devastating outcome and reduce delays caused by improperly or incompletely prepared packages.

⒉ Form preparation and application packet assembly 

Once it has been determined that you meet the requirements, one of our attorneys will complete your forms and gather the necessary supporting documents including letters, legal documents, templates, checklist, etc.

⒊ Application packet submission and receipt notice (Form I-797C)

We submit your application packet to the relevant USCIS office.  Online filing is also available if you prefer online filing. Upon receipt of your application packet by USCIS, a receipt notice will be issued confirming your application is under review.

⒋ Biometrics appointment

Once USCIS deems the citizenship application to be complete, you will be asked to attend an ASC biometrics appointment. Our office will notify you of the exact time and location of your biometrics appointment.  USCIS will use your fingerprints and picture to run a security background check.

⒌ Notice to appear for an interview

You will then be asked to appear for a naturalization interview.  During the interview, USCIS officers will review your application and decide whether or not you are eligible to become a naturalized U.S. citizen. You must pass a basic English and U.S. civics exam — certain elderly or disabled applicants may be able to waive some of the requirements.  You will also be asked to provide proof of your residence and physical presence in the United States, as well as evidence of your good moral character.

⒍ Notice of decision and oath ceremony

If you can demonstrate that you meet all of the requirements for naturalization, you will be scheduled for an oath ceremony to take the Oath of Allegiance. Once you have taken the Oath, you will be given a Naturalization Certificate (Form N-550) as proof of your new citizenship status. Congratulations! You are now a U.S. citizen!

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