U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization
If you or your family member is eligible for U.S. citizenship, this is an exciting time. At Maiona Ward Immigration Law, located in Boston, we have extensive experience guiding clients through the naturalization process to become U.S. citizens. Though our law firm is based in Massachusetts, we serve clients around the world. Our attorneys know how to work with government staff and immigration officers, in order to move you through the required steps as efficiently and accurately as possible.
Can I Become a U.S. Citizen?
If you require legal representation in becoming a U.S. citizen, the attorneys at Maiona Ward will work to save you time and money. Call our experienced and knowledgeable immigration lawyers at 617-695-2220 or contact us online.
Many potential clients and family members come to us with questions about their eligibility for U.S. citizenship. In order to apply for citizenship, one must be:
- A legal permanent resident in the U.S. for five years or,
- Married to a U.S. citizen for at least three years
The naturalization process is not a simple as many people believe. The information they receive from USCIS often appears straightforward. However, this is not always the case.
During the naturalization process, USCIS will review your entire background, including any previous applications you have made. You may experience problems related to allegedly inconsistent or incomplete information, and any problems could cause a delay or denial.
It is also important to note that criminal convictions can bar someone from becoming a citizen, even if they otherwise meet the government's criteria for citizenship. The assistance of a qualified immigration attorney is critical. If you have questions about your specific circumstances, the attorneys at Maiona Ward Immigration Law can review your case and let you know if you qualify for naturalization.The Advantages of U.S. Citizenship
There are many advantages to going through the naturalization process. As a citizen you will be able to sponsor relatives who wish to immigrate to the United States, you can live and work in the U.S. indefinitely, and you can obtain a U.S. passport. Bestowing United States citizenship on a legal resident is the greatest benefit the United States can pass to an individual.
Call Maiona Ward Immigration Law at 617-695-2220 or contact us online. We will gladly answer your questions regarding the naturalization process.
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