Citizenship and Naturalization
Complex citizenship and naturalization guidelines and regulations require the experience of a licensed immigration attorney who cares about clients
At first, it seems impossible to become a citizen in the United States. The legal hurdles you have to jump over can deter the strongest-willed immigrants from establishing citizenship. The length of the road to becoming an American citizen can wind along for years, with no apparent end in sight. For a better experience, work with Alejo Lugo. Attorney Lugo has over 15 years of experience helping immigrants achieve the American dream by becoming citizens. He will explain all the necessary steps to you and keep you up to date on your progress.
Overview of Citizenship and Naturalization
Obtaining United States citizenship through naturalization requires immigrants to fulfill every requirement spelled out in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Immigration law as it applies to citizenship and naturalization can change suddenly, which is why working with an accomplished immigration attorney such as Alejo Lugo is important.
Here are the four primary scenarios in which it is possible to achieve citizenship through naturalization:
- You have lived in the United States for five years and meet other eligibility requirements
- You are a spouse who has lived in the United States for three years and met other eligibility requirements.
- You have served in the United States military and meet other eligibility requirements
- You were born outside the United States but your parents are United States citizens
We Help Immigrants Achieve Citizenship through Naturalization
As a bilingual immigration attorney, Alejo Lugo specializes in helping immigrants from Central and South American countries find new homes legally in the United States. Our law office understands the heavy burdens placed on families that travel hundreds, if not thousands of miles only to be turned back because of legal technicalities. When you arrive in the United States, we help you prepare to pass the citizenship test, as well as navigate through the numerous online citizenship resources offered by the federal government. We make sure you meet paperwork filing deadlines and our caring team is there for you when you need emotional support. All of these services can be provided in fluent Spanish by our fully bilingual staff.
Work with an Immigration Attorney Who Provides Personal Attention
When you need a question answered about the path to citizenship, you can expect to find The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates ready to return a prompt reply. If you need to schedule an appointment to review documentation, we make room in our schedule to accommodate your legal needs.
You do not have to go through the citizenship process alone. Contact Alejo Lugo at (800) 497-0018 today to learn more during a consultation.