Citizenship/naturalization is a permanent benefit with many privileges, including worry-free travel and the ability to participate in the U.S. electoral process.
The Form N-400, Naturalization Application is currently 20 pages long, and consists of complex biographic and travel questions. It is imperative that all information is accurately and properly completed to prevent delays in processing and potential application denial. The attorneys at Berardi Immigration Law are well-versed in the different methods and application types to gain U.S. citizenship, including:
- Naturalization based on five years of permanent residence;
- Naturalization based on marriage to a U.S. citizen;
- Derivative citizenship;
- Automatic citizenship after birth; and
- Citizenship for children residing abroad.
Becoming a U.S. citizen is an important milestone and our team at Berardi Immigration Law would love to help you along the final step of your U.S. immigration journey. Be sure to contact our office to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys today!
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