Become a U.S. Citizen with Our Support

Naturalization is the process by which a legal permanent resident gains U.S citizenship. To qualify, an immigrant must be a permanent resident for at least five years and meet other eligibility requirements. For a spouse of a citizen, the wait is three years.

Our immigration attorneys are equipped to handle all types of citizenship cases and processes, including:

  • N-400 applications for naturalization
  • N-648 medical certifications for disability exceptions
  • N-336 requests for hearing on denied naturalization applications
  • N-600 certificates of citizenship
  • Responses to Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny for pending naturalization cases
  • Motions to Reopen or Reconsider with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for denied naturalization cases
  • Federal court actions for improperly denied or delayed naturalization applications

Celedon Law naturalization attorneys represent all types of applicants, including people who may qualify based on circumstances such as marriage to a U.S. citizen employed abroad by a U.S. company. We can also represent people born abroad who want to demonstrate a claim to citizenship through one or both U.S. citizen parents or grandparents. This category includes individuals who were adopted by U.S. citizens in the United States or abroad.

Celedon Law can assist you in applying for U.S. citizenship. Your case is our priority. Please contact us at (508) 573-3170 or contact us online.

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