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Naturalization Attorney Serving El Paso

What is naturalization?

Naturalization is the process by which a foreign-born national becomes a citizen of the United States. It is also called citizenship. Becoming naturalized gives one the rights all citizens have: the right to vote, the right to government protection, the ability to live and work in the country and the option to hold a public office. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have legal resident status by a permanent residence visa or green card and they must be able to show that they have lived in the U.S. for specific amounts of time within the 5 years prior. The applicant must show that they are of good moral character and have never committed murder. They must be willing to support and defend the United States and its constitution. Literacy in ordinary English is required for most as well as the ability to demonstrate an understanding of U.S. history fundamentals and the principles of our government. The final step of the naturalization process is taking the oath of allegiance.

For many immigrants the naturalization process can be overwhelming at times. It is a lengthy process and an El Paso immigration attorney can help make sure that no time is wasted through inefficiency or ignorance at each step of the process.

El Paso Naturalization Lawyer

A thorough understanding of the steps involved and meticulous preparation at each stage will ensure that your naturalization process goes as smoothly as it possibly can. While we cannot promise any results, we have learned, from our vast experience over the last three and a half decades, what works, what doesn't and we can help you immensely. Don't risk the possibility of failure of this very important goal. We will fight tirelessly for your immigration rights and we have a proven record of success over the years.

Contact an El Paso immigration lawyer in our office today to help you with the naturalization process.

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Maney Gordon - El Paso Immigration Attorney
Located at 1535 Hawkins Boulevard, Suite A, El Paso, TX 79925.
Phone: (888) 630-4882.
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