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Expedited Naturalization

Dedicated Texas Attorneys Advise on Expedited Naturalization

Addison firm assists spouses of U.S. citizens who live outside the country

Most people seeking to go through the naturalization process for U.S. citizenship are required to have spent at least 30 months in the country during the previous five years. However, this can work against spouses of U.S. citizens who are living abroad due to military service or a job with an American company. These applicants can take advantage of the expedited naturalization process, which enables certain applicants to complete the necessary steps without meeting the ordinary residency requirements. The immigration attorneys at Goldstein & Scopellite, PC in Addison advise clients on whether they are eligible for expedited naturalization and guide them through the procedure if they qualify. For clients living around the world, we offer skillful assistance so that they can be sworn in as citizens of the United States.

Proven immigration lawyers help clients earn American citizenship

Despite its name, expedited naturalization is not necessarily quicker than the typical citizenship process. At every stage of your journey, our immigration lawyers deliver thoughtful counsel on key issues such as:

  • Eligibility — Expedited naturalization applicants must be lawful permanent residents (green card holders) who are married to U.S. citizens currently working in another country.
  • Testing — Like others seeking American citizenship, people using this process have to demonstrate good moral character and familiarity with the English language. They must also pass a test regarding American history and civics. Our firm will assist you with all of these steps.
  • Documentation — Starting with the N-400 Application for Naturalization, we can help you with the forms, affidavits and other materials needed to support your case. Required documents include evidence of your marriage and a declaration from the employer regarding your spouse’s work overseas.

Standards set forth by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services are strict, and an error can delay or void your application. Obtaining help from an experienced naturalization attorney gives you the best chance at a successful outcome.

Contact a skillful Texas attorney for advice on expedited naturalization

Goldstein & Scopellite, PC assists clients with the expedited naturalization process and other immigration matters. Please call 469-470-4929 or contact us online to schedule a meeting at our office in Addison.

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