The United States, some say, is the greatest country in the world to work and live in. But if you’re not an American, it can also be the hardest country to get into. If you wish to become a U.S. citizen someday, the first step is to apply for an appropriate visa to enter the country. However, the process is so complex that it can be daunting for the bravest of us. That’s why most people engage the services of immigration specialists with the experience, credentials, and knowledge to help you get to your goal.
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The immigration specialists at GoodAdvise will hold your hand every step of the way so you can focus on the sheer excitement of moving to a new country. They will offer detailed explanations of various processes and help you better understand how it works and where your application stands in the pipeline to approval. They also help you put your documentation in order so there are no unnecessary delays with your application.
What is the Process to Apply for U.S. Citizenship?
There are different ways to become a U.S. citizen based on your current residence status and other factors. To become a U.S. citizen through the process of Naturalization, for example, you will need to be a permanent resident of the United States for a period of five years (three years for spouses of citizens), meet several eligibility criteria, attend an interview, submit a Form N-400, and, finally, take the Oath of Allegiance.
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