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In order to enjoy all the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in the United States, you must meet certain criteria laid out in the Immigration and Nationality Act in addition to completing the process of naturalization. While this process can be confusing, it doesn’t have to be. An Orlando immigration attorney from our Florida immigration law firm can help ensure that your path to citizenship is as smooth and stress free as possible so that you can fully enjoy the exciting time between your decision to pursue naturalization and the moment you take your Oath of Citizenship.


There are so many benefits and advantages that come with U.S. citizenship. As a citizen of this country you will have the right to vote, pursue elected office, serve in a jury, receive scholarships and grants from the U.S. government, and speed the process of bringing your close family members to the country – to name a few. In order to enjoy these benefits, you must meet a few basic requirements, including:

  • You must be 18 or older
  • You must have owned your “United States Permanent Resident Card” – or green card – for a minimum of 5 years
  • You must meet certain residence requirements
  • You must demonstrate a commitment to moral principles
  • You must be fluent in written and spoken English
  • You must be familiar with and dedicated to the U.S. Constitution
  • You must live be familiar with U.S. history and government

If you are able to demonstrate that you meet the eligibility requirements necessary for, you will be able to file a Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. This form, along with other immigration forms and documents, is available free of charge on the official website for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (UCSIS). After you have submitted your Form N-400 along with all the necessary supporting documentation, you will also need to meet with an immigration officer for an interview as well as English and civics tests.

Our legal team can ensure that you complete the paperwork properly and gather all documentation required for your citizenship application, as well as help you set up a biometrics appointment in order to submit your fingerprint for a criminal background scan with the Federal Bureau of Investigations We can minimize any potential surprises by preparing you for your interview with your USCIS officer and your required testing so that you know what to expect. With an attorney from the Fisher Legal Group on your side you won’t feel overwhelmed. We’re in this together!


Don’t hesitate to set up a free case evaluation with a Florida citizenship lawyer at our firm! We look forward to meeting with you and helping you begin your path to citizenship. Call the Fisher Legal Group today to find out more about how having an Orlando immigration lawyer on your side can be an invaluable asset in the naturalization process.

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