United States Citizenship

Dedicated Representation for Immigrants in South Florida and California

Becoming a United States citizen can be incredibly rewarding, and for many people, it is the final step in fulfilling their American dream. At Sariol Legal, we know that this undertaking is important to you, but obtaining a citizenship through naturalization or marriage can also be challenging. When you work with our firm, we can provide you with all of the information necessary to ensure that your citizenship process goes as smoothly as possible and that your application is received in a timely manner. We encourage you to speak with a South Florida immigration lawyer from our team right away.

In order to become a lawful United States citizen, you must comply with certain laws and regulations. The entire citizenship process can take years, including a five-year statutory period before you can even apply for naturalization. Although naturalization is one of the most common routes for obtaining citizenship, there are other methods, too.

You can potentially become a citizen in the following ways:

  • Through military service
  • Through marriage
  • By birth (for children born in the United States to immigrant parents)
  • By obtaining dual citizenship

When you apply to become a citizen, you will be required to take a naturalization test that will cover basic United States history and government; it is also used to demonstrate that you have a decent understanding of the English language. If you pass the naturalization test, you will be sworn in by a judge, making you an official, lawful United States citizen.

Contact Sariol Legal, today!

The process for obtaining citizenship can be complicated, and many people who wish to become citizens do not know where to turn for help or how to get started. At our firm, we are proud to have years of experiencing providing outstanding representation to our clients, and we may be able to help you as well. For more information about citizenship and what it means to you, contact Sariol Legal today.

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