N-400 Application - Citizenship and Naturalization
Applying for Citizenship is an exciting process, but careful steps must be taken so you don't have to needlessly repeat the process, start all over and pay filing fees again. The filing fees are $680 so it's worth getting it right the first time.
The N-400 Application is 14 pages long! Let us help you navigate through the Citizenship process. An incorrect answer, even if inadvertent can lead to a denial of Citizenship, which often delays your plans for petitioning for your spouse, child, parent or sibling. We have joyfully helped hundreds of our clients become U.S. Citizens.
Citizenship and past convictions
Have you ever been convicted of a crime or a DUI? Are you currently on probation or under a suspended jail sentence? If so, do you know the right time to apply for Citizenship? Make sure you consult with our Citizenship Immigration Lawyers to help you apply for your Naturalization at the right time after a criminal conviction or after you've been charged.
Getting Citizenship from parents - Derivative Citizenship
Maybe you don't have to file that N-400 after all. Let us determine whether you are already a U.S. Citizen based on your parents or even grandparents. If your adopted or biological child is not already a U.S. Citizen, make sure you protect him or her by claiming U.S. Citizenship for your child.