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In order to obtain U.S. citizenship, one of three things must happen: 1) you must be born in the U.S.; 2) acquire U.S. citizenship through U.S. citizen parents; 3) you must apply for naturalization (N-400). Deciding to become a U.S. citizen is one of the most important decisions in one’s life.  In addition, applicants must meet the eligibility requirements and pass the naturalization test.

Our attorneys help clients to assess whether they are eligible for naturalization. Factors such as physical presence in the U.S., good moral character, place of residence, selective service record and criminal history may affect one’s eligibility to apply.  In some cases, applicants are already a U.S. citizen without knowing it.  Our team of savvy immigration attorneys in Southern California knows the ins and outs of U.S. naturalization and citizenship. We help clients to prepare and submit the naturalization application, we conduct a coaching session prior to the naturalization interview to ensure our clients are fully prepared.

We provide representation in the following areas for naturalization and U.S. citizenship.

·       U.S. Naturalization (N-400)

·       Certificate of Citizenship (N-600)

·       Naturalization Certificate Replacement

·       Selective Service Record Request

·       Consular Report of Birth Abroad

·       Acquiring U.S. Citizenship at Birth

·       Naturalization Interview Representation

D’Andrea Law is located in Southern California and serves local clients in the counties of: L.A., Ventura, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside. We also serve clients all over the country and worldwide.  Reach out to our team today and schedule a confidential consultation.

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