The purpose of this site is simply to facilitate the entire “Naturalization” or other U.S. Citizenship processes for you, and offer you a comprehensive, one-stop resource to stop postponing, and actually follow through and put in your application.
Here you will find everything you need, to get ready to file, gather the required information and documentation, and, if you so choose, pass on this task to me so I can prepare the application and file it on your behalf, and represent you before the USCIS, until your Citizenship Application is approved, and you are sworn in as a new citizen of this country.
- Dual Nationality
- Problems in your Prior Immigration History
- Possible issues relating to how you obtained Greencard status
- Prior Criminal History
- Prior Marriage History
- Extensive Absences from the United States
- Possible Claims to U.S. citizenship by Birth, Adoption, etc.
Under these circumstances, you really should consider seeking the advice of a licensed attorney, who is well-versed and experienced in the area of U.S. Immigration Law, as these issues will have some impact on your Citizenship application.
On this site, under the LINKS section, you will find some links to Foreign Embassies/Consulates in the United States, of some common nationalities. You should always consult with the Embassy/Consulate of YOUR HOME COUNTRY regarding keeping your current citizenship/nationality (and for issues relating to passport renewals), BEFORE applying to U.S. Citizenship.
PLEASE NOTE: U.S. Citizens who are in a same-sex marriage can now petition their spouse for immigration benefits (like marriage-based Greencard).