Why Should I Apply for U.S. Citizenship?

Apply for U.S. CitizenshipOne of the greatest privileges U.S. citizens have is the right to vote. This right is not extended to anyone but U.S. Citizens, including U.S. Permanent residents.

If you have been a U.S. permanent resident for five years, or if you have been U.S. permanent resident for at least three years and are married to a U.S. citizen, then you are eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship through naturalization.

If you are not currently a U.S. permanent resident, then there are visa options available to you to obtain this status, such as an EB5 investor’s visa, family petitions, and more.

Voting is not the only privilege that is granted to U.S. citizens. Another benefit is that if you travel outside the country for extended periods of time during your status of U.S. permanent resident, then that status could be revoked; this is not the case if you are a U.S. citizen. In addition, U.S. citizens are awarded higher priority when applying for family petitions for their loved ones, such as spouses, parents, or siblings.

Although it is possible to apply for U.S. citizenship on your own, hiring an experienced immigration attorney will make the process easier for your and ease your mind because you are working with an experienced professional.

If you want to apply for U.S. Citizenship through naturalization, then contact Boyer Law Firm, P.L. today. We will be able to assist you from determining whether or not you are eligible for citizenship through naturalization, assist you through your application process, assist you with preparation for the exam, and continue this assistance all the way through your oath ceremony and application to obtain a U.S. passport.

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