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Chicago Citizenship Attorney

The federal immigration laws administered by the USCIS determine who can remain and who must leave the country. They also provide the opportunity for a foreigner to become a citizen of the United States. The Chicago immigration attorneys at William Newell Siebert, P.C. are dedicated to helping individuals in Chicago and throughout Cicero, Oak Park and Berwyn who desire citizenship in the U.S. We take pride in our success rate and are confident when dealing with all immigration issues. It is important to have legal representation during all steps of the immigration process from the initial interview through to achievement of citizenship. Clients can benefit from the legal services of proper and timely submission of applications, representation during critical USCIS interviews, and other required procedures. Our Chicago immigration team is committed to helping our clients achieve their goals of citizenship in the United States.

Applying for U.S. Citizenship in Chicago

Getting information from a Chicago immigration lawyer at William Newell Siebert, P.C. is the first step if you are interested in becoming a citizen. To apply for citizenship, you must be at least 18 years old, and a legal and permanent U.S. resident (green card holder) for at least five years. You must be present in the U.S. for a minimum of 30 months with no more than a 6 month absence during this period. You may also be eligible for citizenship after three years if you are currently married to a U.S. citizen, or four years if you were previously given asylum. Children under 18 can also qualify for naturalization if they meet certain federal eligibility requirements. Other requirements include having an understanding of U.S. history and being able to read, write and speak English. Applicants must also be of good moral character.

After an application for citizenship is filed, an interview is scheduled. At the interview, the applicant is given both a written and oral test. The purpose of the written test is to establish the applicant's English language abilities. During the oral test, questions will be asked to determine the person's knowledge of American history and civics.

Mistakes and errors made in your citizenship application can result in delays, denial and deportation. A seasoned Chicago immigration lawyer from William Newell Siebert, P.C. should be consulted if you intend to apply for citizenship for assistance with your application and naturalization process. We represent clients in Cicero, Oak Park and Berwyn from our offices in Chicago and are ready to help you!

Attorney for Citizenship and Naturalization in Chicago

A trusted immigration lawyer at William Newell Siebert, P.C. in Chicago, Illinois can assist with other qualifications that can determine citizenship eligibility. An applicant should have legal representation during the application process and interviews conducted by the USCIS. Upon a successful application and interview, the applicant must take and pass tests in English and civics. If passed, the applicant makes an oath of loyalty and achieves U.S. citizenship. Whether you are looking for an attorney in Chicago or Cicero, Oak Park and Berwyn, we can help.

Contact a Chicago immigration attorney with William Newell Siebert, P.C. today.

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