Naturalization (and citizenship) laws can be complicated. We can let you know whether (and when) you’ll be eligible, for free. Simply use the form on the right to contact us.
Or, simply call our main office line at (703) 964-0245.
Call us before you file, but especially if:
- If you have a criminal record, or have ever been arrested (even if the charges were dismissed) it is very important for you to consult an attorney before filing for naturalization. In some cases, it is better not to file.
- If you cannot speak (or learn) English, we can help qualify you for the N-648 disability waiver. We can help you locate a physician with experience, and many physicians do not adequately explain the “nexus” between the condition and the inability to speak/learn English. USCIS is very tough on these waivers.
- If you spent more than 6 months outside the US in the last 3 -5 years, it’s very important to talk to us before you file.
- If you got your green card based on marriage, be advisd that USCIS may investigate your marriage all over again.
- Also, if you had your citizenship interview more than 120 days ago, you may have certain rights. We may be able to help you, so be sure to let us know.
CITIZENSHIP TEST QUESTIONS
KNOWLEDGE CENTER: Going to file? Be prepared for the citizenship test by visiting the USCIS test study page.
- Learn why filing for citizenship is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your family.
- Understand eligibility requirements including the continuity of presence requirements and how to tell whether you’ve been in the US long enough or not.
- Learn about the difference between citizenship and naturalization.
- English testing is not for everyone. Learn more.
- Criminal convictions and naturalization don’t mix very well. Learn more.
- Learn about the N-648 Medical Waiver of English & civics test.
- Common Pitfalls in Naturalization