Citizenship & Naturalization

Deciding to become a U.S. citizen is an important decision in a person’s life. By being naturalized, you accept the responsibilities of being a citizen. In return, you are entitled to vote in U.S. elections, serve on juries and hold a U.S. passport. Most importantly, by becoming a U.S. citizen, you will never face the danger of being deported.

U.S. citizens can sponsor their spouse, their unmarried children under age 21, and their parents as immediate relatives. These relatives do not have to wait for a visa number to become current.

Requirements for Naturalization & Citizenship

The general requirements for administrative naturalization include:

  • A period of continuous residence and physical presence in the United States
  • Residence in a particular state prior to filing
  • An ability to read, write, and speak English
  • A knowledge and understanding of United States history and government
  • Good moral character
  • Attachment to the principles set forth in the United States Constitution
  • Favorable disposition toward the United States

Contact our offices to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced staff members. You will receive expert advice on your legal situation as part of a confidential consultation.

We provide immigration services in Spanish and Polish.

U.S. Citizenship Test & Interview

When applying for U.S. Citizenship through naturalization, all applicants are required to take a Citizenship test. The Citizenship test will be based on the ability to read, write and speak English. You will also be expected to be knowledgeable regarding American history and the government of the United States.

The U.S. Citizenship test does not have to be a complicated and stressful process. Our staff will help you to prepare for all areas of the test, and will effectively represent you at the naturalization interview, making the entire process easy and comfortable for you.