Naturalization (N-400)

The naturalization process in the United States refers to the process by which eligible lawful permanent residents (green card holders) become U.S. citizens. Before applying for naturalization, individuals must meet certain eligibility requirements, including:

  • Being at least 18 years old at the time of filing Form N-400
  • Having been a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) for a specified period (usually 3 or 5 years, depending on the basis of eligibility)
  • Meeting residency requirements, which include continuous residence and physical presence in the United States
  • Demonstrating good moral character, attachment to the principles of the U.S. Constitution, and a basic understanding of English and U.S. civics

Our firm assists clients in becoming naturalized U.S. citizens by completing and submitting Form N-400 accurately and efficiently, minimizing errors and maximizing the chances of approval. We will prepare clients for the naturalization interview, helping them understand what to expect, practicing interview questions, and addressing any concerns they may have. Once the USCIS schedules an interview, Mr. Boora maybe present to provide guidance and support to clients. He will assist in answering questions, clarifying any issues that a USCIS adjudicator might have, and ensuring the interview proceeds smoothly.