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Applying for citizenship is an important decision for a US green card holder to make. When applying for citizenship in the US, immigration officials review an applicant’s criminal history and actions taken since obtaining the lawful permanent resident green card. Applicants with troublesome backgrounds who are applying for citizenship could end up being denied or, worse, deported. Contact a naturalization attorney at 800.989.6842 to determine if you meet the citizenship requirements prior to applying for citizenship and filing your citizenship application.

Citizenship Lawyers & those Applying for Citizenship: Note new filing addresses

By |December 18th, 2009|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

To all Citizenship Lawyers & those Applying for Citizenship: The USCIS announced yesterday new filing addresses for the N-400 citizenship application for the Texas and Arizona lockbox facilities, used by citizenship lawyers and those applying for citizenship pro se. The changes take effect immediately. An N-400 citizenship application previously filed at the post office box [...]

Washington DC citizenship ceremony today!

By |December 15th, 2009|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

A citizenship ceremony is scheduled for 10am today, December 15, 2009, at the National Archives in Washington D.C. in the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom.  Thirty-five citizenship applicants from 23 countries will take the oath of allegiance and become citizens today. The annual citizenship ceremony is co-sponsored by DC's US District Court and USCIS.  Family and [...]

Be careful of citizenship test fraud

By |December 10th, 2009|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

Three Pennsylvania men were recently convicted of fraud in connection with the citizenship process. The scheme involved paying doctors to falsify form N-648 (waiver of citizenship test due to physical or mental impairment) so that people applying for citizenship could avoid having to take the citizenship test that is usually administered at the citizenship interview. [...]