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Naturalization & Citizenship.

Becoming a United States Citizen

Deciding to become a United States citizen may be one of the most important decisions in your life. There are many benefits to becoming a United States citizen such as voting, petitioning family members to come the United States or enhancing your petition, obtaining citizenship for your children who are born abroad, travelling with a US passport, becoming eligible for federal jobs, and being able to remain outside the United States for as long as you want without fear that your status may be taken away. You may qualify for naturalization if you have been a permanent resident for at least 5 years (or 3 years if you are filing as a spouse of a U.S. citizen) and all other eligibility requirements are met such as good moral character and physical presence.

The attorneys at Koleci Law Firm can help you realize your goal of becoming a citizen through Naturalization. We will ensure that the requirements necessary to qualify for US citizenship are met. We can help you prepare for your interview and will accompany you to the interview.

 

Call Koleci Law Firm at (203) 877-2226 now to talk to an attorney about your naturalization.

 

01 - Definition Of Naturalization      
02 - Naturalization Process    
03 - General Naturalization Requirements

04 - Conditions To Negate The US Citizenship

05 - Historical Process Of American Citizenship

06 - Advantages Of Obtaining Citizenship

Citizenship is also known as naturalization. Is the process by which an individual is natural of the country where he was born; therefore an American citizen is the natural person as legal part of the United States. The term citizenship is derived from Latin and meaning “City”, its meaning is given from the relationship between human and society.

Citizenship represents the rights, responsibilities and economic benefits of each individual in organized society where it belongs. According to the established in the “Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States” citizens born in American territory, person was born in other country but they have American national parents and who submit the naturalization process for the right of green card, all are considered American citizens.

The concept of citizenship is a whole package of legal rights, either work, live and receives privileges designed by the government. Citizens are responsible for the society they live; also they have to comply with the obligations of the citizenship requirements by country.

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