As a lawful permanent resident, you may be eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship through naturalization after meeting certain requirements.
To be eligible for naturalization, you must:
As a part of the application process, you will need to provide evidence of your eligibility and meet other requirements. You do not need a sponsor to apply for naturalization, and the LAWCADDY process makes preparing for and submitting the application simple.
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The naturalization process can take several months to complete, and the processing time can vary depending on various factors such as the volume of applications received by USCIS, the complexity of the case, and the workload of the USCIS office. As of March 2023, the current estimated processing time for naturalization is 10 to 12 months from the time of filing the application for naturalization to the time of the naturalization interview. However, the actual processing time can be longer or shorter than the estimated time depending on the specific circumstances of each case. It is important to note that the naturalization process can be complex and requires careful attention to detail. If you have questions or need guidance, a Consultation with our Attorney On-Call can help you to ensure that you are on the right track and all L
As of March 2023, the fees associated with the Application for Naturalization (Form N-400) are as follows: Application Fee: $725. This fee is required for processing the application. Biometric Services Fee: $85. This fee covers the cost of collecting fingerprints and photographs at the biometrics appointment. The total fee for the Application for Naturalization is $810. However, some applicants may be eligible for a fee waiver or a reduced fee based on their income or other factors. To apply for a fee waiver or a reduced fee, the applicant must file Form I-942, Request for Reduced Fee, along with the Form N-400 application. It is important to note that USCIS fees are subject to change, and it is recommended to check the USCIS website for the most up-to-date fee information before submitting an application.
You will need to provide various documents to support your naturalization application, including your green card, identification documents, and evidence of your residency and physical presence in the United States.
The United States allows dual citizenship, so you can retain your current citizenship while also becoming a U.S. citizen.
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