Firstly, if you consider that you meet the above-mentioned requirements and you want to apply for naturalization, you will have to file Form N-400 with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
This petition contains information about you, such as the birth date, means of entry to the United States, occupation, and lists of spouses and children if there are some.
After you fulfill your Petition for Naturalization (you can see the exact instructions on USCIS website provided above), you will need to file your documentation with your local USCIS office, which in this case will be the office in Detroit, but make sure to put the right address that you can find on the form.
If your Application for Naturalization has been properly filed, USCIS will initially maile you a letter confirming receipt of your application, formally known as Form I-797C, Notice of Action. It approximately arrives between 2 or 3 weeks after filing the petition.
If you failed to file your Form N-400 properly, USCIS might send a Notice of Action that it has rejected the petition or send a Request for Evidence asking for additional items. Since this can significantly delay your request, it is imperative to prepare the N-400 correctly and submit all required documents following the filing instructions.
Afterward, you will receive an appointment notice assigning your biometrics appointment date, time, and location (The nearest USCIS Application Support). To conduct a security clearance and criminal background check, the USCIS requires all applicants to be fingerprinted, so do not be alarmed; it is part of the standard procedure.