The U.S. Supreme Court stated that Naturalization is a privilege and not a right. See Tutun v. United States, 270 U.S. 568, 578 (1926). The decision to become a United States citizen is one that should not be taken lightly. Being a U.S. citizen is a privilege, and we are happy that another client of ours is going to be a U.S. citizen in a couple of days. We worked hard on this case and the hard work is finally paying off. We cannot reveal the information about our client for obvious reasons, but if you hire LOIGICA as your immigration law firm, you will have a personalized service and an immigration attorney at your side at all times.
Naturalization is the process whereby an alien may become a US citizen. To go through the naturalization process, the alien has to meet certain requirements. For example, the alien generally needs to be a legal permanent resident over the age of 18 who meets various continuous residence and physical presence requirements. Some aliens in certain circumstances may be subject to less stringent naturalization requirements. Each immigration case is unique, which is why we know that time, dedication, and communication are required for the best possible results.
For more information on the procedure to apply for naturalization, please contact any of our LOIGICA immigration attorneys.