Any person interested in becoming a citizen of the United States must go through the process of naturalization. Naturalization is the application process an immigrant must engage in towards U.S. citizenship. The eligibility requirements and necessary steps of the naturalization process is outlined in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA.)
There are different requirements a person much meet when applying for naturalization. This includes guidelines for individuals over the age of 18 as well as minor dependent children and members of the military. Moreover, an applicant for naturalization must prepare for the naturalization test that covers English, U.S. history and civic duties.
Philadelphia immigration lawyers at Surin & Griffin provide the following information as a guide for anyone embarking on the process of naturalization. Follow this link from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which is part of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS): A Guide to Naturalization
For more information on submitting an application for naturalization or for general immigration assistance, contact Philadelphia immigration lawyers at Surin & Griffin, P.C. We are committed to protecting the rights of our clients and helping them to understand every aspect of the legal process. Call our law offices at Surin & Griffin at 215-925-4435, or complete our online contact form to schedule your consultation today.