Attorney for Naturalization and Citizenship
An immigration attorney is important for a client looking to apply for citizenship through naturalization in the United States. A Philadelphia immigration lawyer at the Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. can provide legal representation to clients looking to obtain citizenship by determining a constructive approach and guiding clients throughout the process.
The benefits and freedom that accompany becoming a legal United States citizen are endless. These privileges include:
- The right to vote.
- The right to obtain a U.S. passport and travel freely
- The right to work as a federal employee
- The right to collect federal benefits
- The right to start or provide for the family you have or want to have in this country
The first step in this exciting process should be to find an immigration lawyer in Philadelphia to help guide you through the steps to ensure that the process runs smoothly and effectively. It is important to provide your attorney with all essential information that could affect your citizenship in both negative and positive ways. It is especially important to obtain an attorney if you have had previous problems, such as a criminal history, or failure to pay taxes or child support, which may affect your ability to meet the good moral character requirement.
To apply to become a United States citizen, you must hold a green card (Lawful Permanent Resident) for at least 5 years. If you are married to a U.S. Citizen, the wait is only three years. The next step in this process is to fill out a citizenship application (FORM N-400). Small mistakes on this application can cost you time, money, and your opportunity to become a citizen. This is why it is important to have one of our immigration attorneys in Philadelphia guide you through the application. We can also provide you with resources to be sure you meet all other requirements, such as English Literacy and knowledge of U.S. History and Government.
Ready to make your commitment to life in the United States a reality? Please contact us online or call for a free consultation: (215) 437-3058 ( Philadelphia immigration lawyer ) and (609) 257-4976 (Trenton).
This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.