To qualify for citizenship, you must:
- 5 years, or
- 3 years if you are married to a US citizen;
- 1 year if you served honorably in the US armed forces
- There are exceptions to the English and civics rules.
What to Do:
This is a basic list of what you must provide to the USCIS with free assistance of our accredited specialist:
How & Where:
Open a personal cabinet on 4Immigrant.com. 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 4Immigrant.com 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 date displayed above shows estimated date when you can initiate your process of US naturalization. What is NEXT step?
We suggest you continue Eligibility Questionnaire, so we can provide you with specific details about your petition and guide you through the entire process US Citizenship.
If you not sure how to submit you may schedule consultation with our representative ( by phone, messenger, video conference or in person).
The advisory and guidance is free of charge.