SUCCESS STORIES: U.S. Citizenship granted for Japanese Naturalization Applicant

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We recently received a Citizenship approval for a permanent resident client from Japan who applied for naturalization at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) New York District Office.

In most cases, you can apply for naturalization without the help of an attorney. In fact, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has made the process more streamlined and efficient, by providing an online filing option. However, if you have any legal or eligibility issues, we recommend that you seek the help of an immigration attorney, to help you determine if naturalization is the right option for you and to make sure that your case is presented in the best possible light. Click here for our blog post on Reasons Green Card Holders Should Naturalize.

We want to help you get an approval for your naturalization and other immigration applications. Please contact us for a consultation. Follow us on InstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedIn and Tumblr, for up-to-date immigration news. Please note that past results do not guarantee future outcomes. 


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