Success Stories: Citizenship for Ecuadorian National

Mohamed Hassan.    Pixabay   .  Naturalization is the process wherein one who was not born in the United States voluntarily becomes a U.S. Citizen.

Mohamed Hassan. Pixabay. Naturalization is the process wherein one who was not born in the United States voluntarily becomes a U.S. Citizen.

We just received an approval for naturalization for an Ecuadorian national. This client initially obtained his permanent residence through his US citizen wife with a 601A waiver which we also represented the client on. The client required a waiver because he had entered the U.S without inspection. The client then applied for naturalization 3 years after obtaining his green card, instead of 5 years after, because only a 3 year period is required when someone is married and living with their U.S. citizen spouse.

If you have questions about spousal based immigration, the 601A waiver, or naturalization based on marriage, please contact our offices for a comprehensive consultation. Please note that past results do not guarantee future outcomes. 

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