Marriage citizenship in America is the process by which immigrants who are married to US citizens can obtain US citizenship within three years of obtaining a green card, rather than the five year waiting period required of all other green card holders. In order to take advantage of the more lenient naturalization requirements for the marriage process, the spouses must be married for three years and be living together at the time the citizenship application is filed. For more information on the marriage citizenship process, see marriage citizenship or contact a naturalization attorney for more information.
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 [...]