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Orlando Citizenship Attorneys

Helping You Gain Citizenship in the U.S.

Most foreign nationals who come to the United States begin with a Green Card or an employment-based visa. The next step after that is seeking citizenship through naturalization, which can be notoriously more complicated than many expect. If you want to become a U.S. citizen, but you don’t know where to begin, let the kind and experienced Orlando citizenship lawyers of Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. be your guides. We are backed with extensive legal histories that can turn even the most frustrating procedures used by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) into stress-free experiences.

Discover how we can help you become a U.S. citizen by calling (407) 630-8455.

What is Required to Become a U.S. Citizen?

There are numerous restrictions in place that make citizenship a challenging goal for many immigrants and foreign nationals. With the legal assistance of our attorneys, you can navigate those obstacles and avoid unnecessary delays between you and citizenship. It all begins with understanding and matching the citizenship requirements set in the United States.

Important citizenship qualifications include:

  • Possession of a Green Card for 5+ years, or 3+ years if married to a U.S. citizen
  • Age 18+ unless you are adopted by a U.S. citizen
  • Ability to communicate using basic English
  • Reputation for being a person of “good moral character”
  • Passing grade on U.S. naturalization test

For many people who want to become U.S. citizens, the naturalization test poses the greatest obstacle. The test is comprised of various questions about the country with a focus on important laws and historical events. If you pass the test, then you can arrange an interview with a member of USCIS for a personal assessment via an interview. Our citizenship lawyers in Orlando would be happy to help you prepare for the naturalization test and follow-up interview, so you don’t feel like you are going into them at a disadvantage.

Benefits of U.S. Citizenship

The steps to becoming a U.S. citizen can be difficult, it’s no secret. But most people who go through it and obtain citizenship will tell you that it is well worth the trouble because of all the advantages that come automatically once a citizen.

As a U.S. citizen, you will be able to:

  • Vote in federal elections
  • Apply to jobs with federal agencies
  • Sponsor family members on some immigration applications
  • Help your children or spouse become citizens
  • Get and use a U.S. passport
  • And much more

Essentially, if you want to feel like you are living life to the fullest here in the United States, then you will want to pursue citizenship sooner than later. Only then will you be able to enjoy a larger scope of your rights and freedoms without wondering if you’ll hit an unanticipated wall due to your immigration status.

Citizenship is Possible – Find Out How

Our entire team of Orlando citizenship attorneys is rooting for you! We are all here to guide and support you when you decide it is time to start the citizenship process. Even if you aren’t quite sure you want to begin, we encourage you to reach out to our firm by dialing (407) 630-8455 and allowing us to answer some questions about citizenship that might be weighing on your mind.

If you prefer, you can also send us an online contact form at any time.

Why Choose Maney | Gordon | Zeller?

  • We Have Nine Offices Across the U.S. Dedicated to Your American Dream
  • We Are Licensed to Practice Law at the United States Supreme Court Level
  • We Are Licensed to Practice Law in Sixteen States & Four Countries
  • We Have Board-Certified* Immigration Specialists on Our Legal Team
  • We Have Served Hopeful Immigrants for Over 40 Consecutive Years
  • We Are Nationwide Authorities on the Law & Politics of Immigration
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