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

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 [...]

Los Angeles citizenship to speed up

By |November 28th, 2009|US Citizenship & Naturalization|

Approximately 500 individuals who filed a citizenship application in Los Angeles and surrounding Southern California counties years ago stand to benefit from a legal settlement that was recently reached with USCIS immigration authorities. Under the settlement, the US government must complete processing of these citizenship applications within the next six months. Plaintiff citizenship applicants argued [...]