Permanent residents of the United States are given an opportunity to apply for U.S. citizenship if they meet certain USCIS requirements. It is important to ensure that a prospective applicant for naturalization meets all requirements, including length of residency, physical presence, and good moral character. The background investigation conducted by the USCIS into applicants for U.S. citizenship is extensive. On many occasions, negative information surfaces that may be the basis for denial of U.S. citizenship and possible deportation.
Katerina E. Diamantis, P.A. provides personal attention to each of its clients seeking naturalization. This ensures that any potential problems are anticipated and, if possible, corrected, and that each application is carefully prepared and submitted. Contact our office for an appointment.