The citizenship process is used by hundreds of thousands of green card holders each year in order to become American citizens. The citizenship process begins when a qualified applicant files the N-400 citizenship application, required documents and filing fee. After initial processing of the N-400 is complete, and the applicant has been fingerprinted, the citizenship process continues on to the citizenship interview and citizenship tests. The final state of the citizenship process includes the citizenship ceremony, citizenship oath and issuance of the certificate of citizenship. Citizenship lawyers can help guide applicants through the citizenship process. Contact us today!
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 [...]