Guidance In Your Pursuit Of Citizenship
Applying for Naturalization: What You Need to Know
The Application for Naturalization (Form N-400) is a lengthy document with detailed questions regarding the applicant’s family, employment, background, and history.
With few exceptions, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will only grant U.S. Citizenship to a permanent resident if it believes that the resident:
- Demonstrated good moral character,
- Has maintained continuous residence in the U.S.
- Exhibits adequate English language skills
- Possesses knowledge of U.S. history and government
- Shows loyalty to the United States
Failure to show these elements could result in the denial of an applicant’s request for citizenship and even subject an applicant to deportation.
The N-400 should not be taken lightly. If there is any doubt about the questions on the application, it is best to seek the help of an experienced attorney who will prepare the application and accompanying evidence on your behalf while protecting your interests.
Helping Individuals in South Florida Pursue Their Dreams of Becoming a U.S. Citizen
Our leading Attorney Lourdes Casanova at Casanova Law helps individuals in Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Stuart, and all of South Florida who wish to become citizens of the United States pursue their goals.
Guidance During Every Step of the Process
At our firm, we will walk you through every step of the naturalization process. From completing the appropriate application and accompanying paperwork to confronting setbacks, we have significant experience in effectively managing the challenges associated with the citizenship process.
Let Us Help You
Contact our Lake Worth law firm at 561-236-5340 to schedule an appointment with an experienced immigration lawyer. Or, if you have questions, you can reach out to us online. We offer immigration & citizenship attorney services for our clients all over South Florida, including Wellington, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Jupiter, Lake Worth, Greenacres, Palm Beach Gardens, Stuart & more!
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