Naturalization and Citizenship Lawyers | Rubio Law Firm
Becoming a citizen of the United States is a dream for many people around the world. It is about much more than filling out the form, however. It is a complex and ever-changing process, and it is important to approach naturalization with care. Our team has represented thousands of U.S. citizens through the naturalization and immigration process, and has helped many people realize their dreams of citizenship.
How Do I Become a U.S. Citizen?
Some people are citizens of the United States because they were born in the United States, were born abroad to U.S. citizens, or are the minor children of parents who have become naturalized citizens. To obtain proof of U.S. citizenship and secure a Certificate of Citizenship, they can file form N-600 and meet other requirements.
Naturalization is the process by which someone who was born in another country and who does not have any claims to citizenship can acquire the nationality and citizenship of the United States. The naturalization process involves filing a complex application proving eligibility, passing an immigration examination, promising loyalty to the United States, and meeting legal requirements. To become naturalized citizens, individuals must also live in the United States, establish residency, be a person of good moral character, and be otherwise qualified.
Why You Need a Lawyer for Your Citizenship Application in Florida
A naturalization lawyer in Florida can help you navigate the many facets of your application and can ensure these issues do not prevent you from securing naturalization, if you qualify. Even if you have no pressing issues you think may affect your naturalization application, minor errors can result in delays or denials. They can:
Help you determine whether you meet eligibility requirements
Assist you in completing forms
Guide you through the process
Appear with you at your naturalization interview and prepare you for that interview ahead of time
Offer advice about the best ways to proceed through the process
Keep you advised about changes to immigration law and how these changes could affect your application
Help prove you have the “good moral character” required in a naturalization application
Advise you if you have made mistakes that could affect your already filed application
If you want to become a U.S. citizen, contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation to review your situation and get started with the process. Our naturalization team will help you realize your dreams of citizenship.
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