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Consumer Law Groups’ Portland immigration attorneys can help you become a U.S. citizen by helping you complete the application process and a certificate of naturalization.
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At Consumer Law Group, our seasoned OR immigration attorneys are dedicated to helping you naturalize, so you can become an American citizen. Becoming a naturalized citizen can be a long and demanding process. Our team of highly trained immigration lawyers serving Portland are here to join your team and help you with naturalization.
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United States citizenship is a status that provides you with certain benefits, rights, and duties, and gives you the ability to vote and participate in jury duty in the U.S. What this means is that you can fully enjoy the freedoms and rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. Some of the benefits of becoming an American citizen include:
However, with these benefits come a variety of responsibilities, such as:
Consumer Law Group’s dedicated team of Portland immigration lawyers are here to work on your behalf to help you enjoy the benefits and responsibilities that come with being an American citizen.
The cost of an immigration lawyer for citizenship is unique to each client and depends on a variety of factors, such as the complexity of your case, your Portland lawyer’s skill and experience, and the number of hours required to complete your case. At Consumer Law Group, we strive to provide affordable rates so you can get the representation you deserve.
In order to become a U.S. citizen, you need to meet certain eligibility requirements. The general requirements most immigrants need to meet in order to become a naturalized citizen include:
Becoming a United States citizen isn’t always an easy process. Depending on your circumstances, you may have different eligibility requirements to meet. To ensure you have the best chances of becoming a naturalized citizen, speak with one of our experienced citizenship lawyers to get started on your application today.
To become an American citizen, there are a few steps you need to take. The standard process of becoming a U.S. citizen goes as follows:
However, there are alternate routes to becoming a U.S. citizen. In total, there are four ways you can become a U.S. citizen, with one being through naturalization. Aside from naturalization, you can become a U.S. citizen through:
At Consumer Law Group, our naturalization lawyers will work with you to determine which option is best for your situation.
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To become an American citizen, you will need to pay a $640 filing fee. In addition to the filing fee, you may need to pay the $85 biometric fee, bringing your total to $725. Applicants who are 75 years of age or older are not required to pay the biometric fee.
The time it takes to become a U.S. citizen varies on a case-by-case basis. However, in most cases, it can take anywhere between 6 months and 1 year. This is because there are multiple steps you need to complete, such as filing your Form N-400, attending your citizenship interview, passing your naturalization test, and so forth. If your citizenship request is denied, you will then have to start the process all over again.
In some instances, your citizenship can be revoked through a process called denaturalization. Although rare, you can have your U.S. citizenship stripped away, and you will be deported. Some instances where your citizenship can be revoked include:
There are three documents all citizenship applicants must send with their N-400 application:
In addition to these documents, you may need to submit other pieces of paperwork, such as in these situations:
At Consumer Law Group, our Portland immigration attorneys for citizenship can help you figure out what documents you need to apply for American citizenship.
To become a U.S. citizen, you must take and pass the citizenship test. The English portion of the test goes as follows:
In addition to the English portion of the test, you must complete the civics portion, where there will be 10 out of 100 possible questions. You must answer 6 of the 10 questions correctly. While you can never predict what civics questions will be asked, some common questions include:
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