The N-400 (Application for Naturalization) is the USCIS application form that must be submitted when applying for citizenship through the naturalization process. Along with the N-400, applicants are required to submit documentation and evidence. The N-400, documentation, evidence and filing fee together constitute a citizenship application package. Given that filing an N-400 may subject certain deportable immigrants to deportation proceedings, it is recommended that all citizenship applicants hire a citizenship lawyer to help prepare the N-400 and citizenship application package. The citizenship lawyer can help identify any deportation dangers and can determine whether the applicant has met all of the citizenship requirements. For help with the N-400 citizenship application, schedule your free consultation with a citizenship lawyer today by calling 800-989-6842.
USCIS Changes Filing Fees on Most Immigration Forms
The United States Citizenship and Nationality Service (USCIS) recently made changes to the fees required when filing certain immigration forms. Although most fees did increase, fees for two key applications either stayed the same or decreased. K1 Visa filing fee decreases The filing fee for form I-129F, which is used to petition for a K1 [...]