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.
Applying for citizenship: when can I file?
Q: How long do I have to wait before applying for citizenship? A: Ok, so you have the green card. Now...when can you start applying for citizenship? The answer will vary depending on how you obtained the green card. Once you have submitted your US citizenship application, however, the rest of the citizenship process is [...]