Houston Citizenship Attorney
Helping Clients Obtain U.S. Citizenship
Citizenship is a dream for many foreign nationals who live and work in this country. Fortunately, a process called naturalization has been established to help these individuals achieve their goal. If you are someone who wishes to become a U.S. citizen through naturalization, Galaviz Law Firm, PLLC can help make this process less stressful and less subject to denials or delays through competent legal action.
Contact our Houston citizenship lawyer for help in pursuing your dream of U.S. citizenship at (713) 597-5642.
In order to achieve citizenship, you will have to meet all requirements and submit documentation that is accurate and thorough. To smooth the way, it is critical that you have the assistance of a lawyer experienced in immigration law who thoroughly understands all facets of the naturalization process. Our firm can provide the guidance and counsel needed throughout all steps on the road to citizenship.
The Naturalization Process
Naturalization is achieved when individuals born in foreign countries become U.S. citizens by completing all requirements under immigration law.
Requirements include (but may not be limited to) the following:
- Maintaining a permanent residency in this country for the last five years; in some cases, this may be three years
- Living in the state where the citizenship application is submitted for at least three months
- Not traveling outside the U.S. in trips lasting six months or more within the last five years; in some cases, this may be three years
- Having maintained a good moral character; not having been convicted of certain crimes, such as those considered to be of “moral turpitude”
- Able to speak, read, and write basic English
- Have a basic understanding of U.S. government and history
- Understand and agree with the U.S. Constitution
Other requirements that are part of the citizenship process include the submission of documents, such as special immigration forms, photos, and copies of personal documents such as marriage certificates and green cards, as well as being interviewed by a USCIS official, having fingerprints taken, and more.
Our citizenship attorney can give you the assistance needed to meet all of these requirements and will ensure that your citizenship application is completed professionally.
Get the legal advice and support you need to achieve your citizenship dreams. Contact us at (713) 597-5642 or contact us online.
I was highly impressed with this attorney as he is highly skilled in immigration matters, prepared, knowledgeable, thorough, professional, affordable fees, keeps clients informed and involved, always returns calls [even after hours].- Maria & Luis
Thanks Galaviz you beat the case!- Leo G.
He won his case and was released without a bond. He is now legally working and back home with his family.- Melissa
Now my mother is in the process of becoming a US Citizen, my family will always be grateful that Mr. Galaviz helped us keep our mother here with us.- Former Client
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Charge Reduced Removal Defense / Adjustment of Status
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Having parents who have gone through the immigration process, has not only allowed us to be more compassionate and understanding but has also given us a more competitive advantage. Our success rate speaks for itself. We're here to help you.