US Citizenship General Eligibility

Am I eligible?

Who Qualifies:

To qualify for citizenship, you must:

  • Be at least 18 years old;
  • Be a permanent resident (have a greencard) for at least:

                     - 5 years, or
                     - 3 years if you are married to a US citizen;
                     - 1 year  if you served honorably in the  US armed forces

  • Read, write and speak basic English; and
  • Understand basic U.S. civics.

                     - There are exceptions to the English and civics rules.

  • There are some other basic requirements, e.g., “good moral character” and compliance with greencard residence regulations.

What to Do:

This is a basic list of what  you must provide to the USCIS with free assistance of our accredited specialist:

  1. Citizenship application form (Form N400).
  2. A copy of both sides of your green card.
  3. Pay the fee, unless your qualify for a waiver
  4. Depending on your situation (name change, marriage to a US citizen, taxes owed, prior arrest, etc.), you may have to send more documents.

How & Where:


Find out if you qualify to apply: please use our free Self-Evaluation Eligibility Test. Sign up for a free consultation with, online or in person, and confirm the details of your eligibility and filing an application.


Open a personal cabinet on Scan, store your supporting documents, initial evidence, and draft immigration forms. All documents will be reviewed by an accredited Immigration specialist, who will help you to   prepare and submit your application.


Sign up for preparation classes at for  civics and English tests,  online or in person. You can also take our free, self-training online civics test.


Go to your biometrics (fingerprinting) appointment. Our immigration specialist   will help you to set up  an appointment  at the nearest USCIS officefor fingerprints, photographs, and signatures.


Go to your naturalization interview.


Join a naturalization ceremony when invited and take the Oath of Allegiance.

The spouse of a US citizen who resides in the United States may be eligible to file an Application for Naturalization on the basis of his or her marriage.
The most common pathway to naturalization is continuous residence. As the American nation was built on and by immigrants from around the world, seeking freedom, happiness, and prosperity...
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