In order to qualify for U.S. citizenship, you must meet certain basic eligibility requirements.
Most applicants for citizenship must take a test as part of obtaining U.S. citizenship. The naturalization test measures your ability to speak and write in English and your knowledge of U.S. history and government. The USCIS provides resources to help applicants prepare for the test. You get only two chances to pass the test, so prepare yourself well!
According to U.S. law, you can keep your foreign nationality when applying for U.S. citizenship. The U.S. allows dual citizenship and thus acquiring a foreign country nationality is normally safe unless you are applying for a foreign nationality with the intention of giving up U.S. nationality.
Some countries do not allow dual citizenship and thus you must relinquish your home country citizenship when you acquire U.S. citizenship. Each individual have different goals in life so you might be in the odd situation where you have to relinquish your native country citizenship when you get U.S. citizenship.
Orange County citizenship attorney Fady Eskandar understands the complex naturalization and citizenship process thoroughly. We are ready to put our knowledge to work so that you do not have to be concerned about forgetting any crucial steps or making costly mistakes during the process.
We work hard on every case, and it shows in our end results. Your success is our success.
We are committed to providing excellent service to our clients. We take a personal interest in every case. We respect and value you as a client, and will work hard to ensure that your immigration goals are met.
As your immigration lawyer, we always provide honest legal advice that is in your best interest, not ours. We are realistic about expectations and the chances of success.