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Naturalization & Citizenship

We can assist with difficulties that can affect your eligibility for citizenship, walk you through the naturalization process, and represent you as you submit an application

Naturalization & Citizenship

We can assist with difficulties that can affect your eligibility for citizenship, walk you through the naturalization process, and represent you as you submit an application

We can help you, contact us now!

How it works?

U.S. Naturalization is the method by which people who were born outside of the United States become U.S. citizens. 

Through the process of naturalization, you are given lawful permanent residency from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). 

You will probably qualify for US citizenship if you have been in the country legally for a number of years. You can apply for and be granted US citizenship with the assistance of the Alonso & Alonso team. Additionally, naturalization is another route to get legal status and is applicable to spouses and children of US citizens.

It takes time and effort to remain in the country and obtain citizenship. Allow us to lead you rather than taking this journey alone.

How to apply?

Fill Out Your Form N-400

You must fill out the form N-400, which is the application for naturalization

Biometrics Appointment.

Biometrics contain digital signing, photographs, and fingerprints

Interview and Test

You need to approve an English test and a civics test will be dispensed

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FAQs

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Yes. USCIS publishes a complete list of the 2008 and 2020 version of the civics test. USCIS provides free educational resources to help applicants prepare for the naturalization test. Find study materials for the 2008 version of the civics test and English language test, as well as study materials for the 2020 version of the civics test to help you prepare.

Yes. You should bring certain original documents to your interview. In the instructions to Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, USCIS provides an extensive list of examples of original documents that you should bring to the interview, depending on different case scenarios. Examples of these documents include: original birth, marriage, divorce, final adoption and naturalization certificates; court orders/decrees; evidence of child support payments; court-certified arrest reports; and probation/parole records. Certain certified copies of documents can also be provided. 

You should also submit copies–preferably certified copies–of these documents at the initial filing of your application. These documents should be submitted as evidence in support of your application, and will facilitate the USCIS officers’ review of your request.

There is no limit to the number of times you can apply for naturalization, but you must pay the filing fee for each Form N-400 you submit to the agency.

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