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Gateway to a Brighter Future

Citizenship & Naturalization

Immigration Lawyers

When you pursue U.S. citizenship or naturalization, it is a decision you have not taken lightly. However, while thinking of the many wonderful benefits you stand to gain, you may have overlooked the complexities involved in these processes. From filling out the citizenship application to your in-person interview at a USCIS office, these and other steps must be done correctly in order to realize your dream. Because of the difficulties that can ensue if mistakes are made, always choose to rely on the advice of Dallas immigration lawyers at Badmus & Associates.

Application Requirements

To apply for citizenship to the United States, there are several requirements that must be met. To begin with, you must be at least 18 years old. Along with this, you must have already been a permanent U.S. resident for at least five years or been married to a U.S. citizen for at least three years. Also, you can apply for citizenship if you are currently serving in the U.S. military. Since other factors such as your moral character will play a part in the decision-making process, problems sometimes develop along the way. When they do, work with immigration lawyers at Badmus & Associates to help pave the way to citizenship.

What if My Case is Complex?

While most citizenship and naturalization cases are complex in some way, there are some instances where they may pose more of a challenge. In particular, this can occur when a person who applies for citizenship has prior criminal convictions. Though you may think this automatically dooms your case, it does not. Depending on the nature of your convictions, our Dallas immigration lawyers can work with you to reach a positive resolution of your case.

To ensure your citizenship and naturalization case is handled properly, consult immediately with attorneys at Badmus & Associates.

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