Fairfax Citizenship Lawyer
How to Become a United States Citizen
Have you been a green card holder in the United States for at least five
years and have lived in the same state for the past three or more months?
You may be eligible to apply for citizenship through
naturalization. As a citizen of the United States, you will have certain rights that
were restricted when you were a lawful permanent resident.
Citizens can bring family members into the country, access more jobs, vote,
be protected by the government, receive additional student aid, participate
in federal juries, and much more. The benefits of being a citizen cannot
Types of Citizenship
An individual can become a U.S. citizen in multiple ways. The first is
through birth on United States soil, whether within the continental U.S.
or in a U.S. territory such as Puerto Rico. Citizenship can also be achieved
through parents who are U.S. citizens. If you are an immigrant, however,
you must pursue citizenship through naturalization. This process has residency
requirements as mentioned above and also requires you to take part in
an interview, an English test, and a civics test. Having a Fairfax immigration
lawyer by your side to guide you is invaluable to the success of your
of citizenship pursuit.
Speak with an Immigration Attorney in Fairfax
Langone & Fasullo, PLLC can answer any questions that you have about
immigration and can guide you through each step of the naturalization
process. We understand how important your dream of becoming a citizen
may be and we will work hard to help you fulfill that dream as quickly
as possible. Our attorney team has nearly 30 years of combined experience
and will keep you informed about your case from start to finish.
Contact our firm as soon as possible for more information!