Naturalization

Introduction:


Naturalization is the process of becoming a U.S. citizen. Many people who have green cards (permanent residents) want to become U.S. citizens because it affords them the same rights as native born U.S. citizens, including the ability to travel or live outside the U.S. without restrictions, vote in U.S. elections, and help family members get immigration status.

 

Resources:


Naturalization Fact Sheet
By: United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
A summary of the process and law on becoming a U.S. citizen.

Learn About Naturalization
By: United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
A brief outline of who qualifies for naturalization and each step in the process.

Introduction and Overview of Naturalization
By: Immigrant Legal Resource Center
An introduction and overview of naturalization, the legal requirements, and the process.

 

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*The resources above are provided for informational purposes only; they do not constitute legal advice.

 

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