Cleveland – The Fastest City in the U.S. in Naturalization

There are about 9 million lawful permanent residents in America, eligible to become U.S. citizens. A process through which an immigrant to the United States can become a U.S. citizen is called naturalization.

“Good Moral Character” and US Citizenship

“Good moral character” means more than refraining from committing crimes. Yes, it is true that committing a crime is likely to cast doubt on your good moral character -- but so can other activities such as unpaid debts.

The Effect of a Criminal Conviction on a US Citizenship Application

If you are a permanent resident seeking US citizenship, your N-400 citizenship application will require you to reveal whether you have ever been arrested for, charged with or convicted of a crime. It’s obviously not good news if you have been convicted of a crime.

Naturalization and Citizenship: Useful and Complete Guide 2019

Naturalization is the process by which a permanent resident of the United States becomes a citizen. A permanent resident can become a citizen by meeting certain requirements and by filing the N-400 Application for Naturalization along with supporting documentation.

N-400 Application for Naturalization Approved

Our client wished to become a U.S. citizen after years of holding her green card (permanent resident status). We were therefore retained to help her legally become an American. To achieve that end, we completed and filed an N-400 Application for Naturalization to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (also known as U.S.C.I.S., a branch of the Department of Homeland Security, commissioned to examine and appropriate immigration benefits).

2023-09-24T04:55:45-05:00Categories: Success Stories|Tags: , |

Citizenship for Chinese Client

Our client filed her initial application for citizenship three years prior to retaining Herman Legal Group. She passed the U.S. history test and all other tests at the interview. The U.S.C.I.S. (the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, a branch of the Department of Homeland Security responsible for distributing immigration benefits, including status and citizenship to eligible individuals) had asked our client for more documents. She sent all the files requested by the officials, however, she received no more notices. Eager to take her oath, she hired Herman Legal Group to resolve the matter.

2023-09-18T23:40:09-05:00Categories: Success Stories|Tags: , , |
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