After having been a U.S. permanent resident for a certain amount of years, foreign nationals may qualify for U.S. citizenship. Eligibility for citizenship will depend on several factors. Such factors include your age; the length of time you have been a permanent resident; your physical and continuous residence in the U.S.; your ability to read, write, and speak English; your good moral character; and your willingness to adopt the principles and ideals of the U.S. Constitution.
At Hans Burgos, P.A., we work with our clients throughout the entire naturalization process to ensure that they become U.S. citizens. Our experienced, licensed attorneys have successfully acquired U.S. citizenship for clients who experienced difficulties before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) due to their criminal record, past immigration violations, child support issues, or U.S. tax issues. From your initial consultation to your naturalization ceremony, Hans Burgos P.A. provides you with the tools and legal representation needed to successfully become a U.S. citizen.
Becoming a United States Citizen through Naturalization
Applications for U.S. Citizenship:
We represent lawful permanent residents on applications for naturalization; seeking to become citizens of the United States; in typical cases and in complex cases where the applicant may have some criminal background.
Appeals from Denials of U.S. Citizenship:
We represent lawful permanent residents who have been denied naturalization; on requests for hearings before supervisory examiners and on petitions for review by a U.S. District Court.