One of the most coveted opportunities for an immigrant is to become a U.S. citizen. Once you become a citizen, you will not have to worry about being deported, and you can live your life without worrying about paperwork or green cards ever again.
To apply for naturalization, you must be residing in the U.S. as a lawful permanent resident for a certain years and fulfill other requirements enumerated by law.
Automatic Acquisition from Parent
A parent may be able to have their qualified children automatically granted U.S. citizenship whether adopted or through assisted reproductive technology (ART) to a U.S. citizen. The laws related to acquisition of US citizenship evolve over the years and eligibility depends on the law in effect on the dates of birth of children.
Working with an immigration attorney who can provide the knowledge and education needed to successfully move forward is key. For more information on the citizenship process and alternative methods for citizenship, contact the attorney at Universal law Firm today!