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Your Ally For The Citizenship And Naturalization Process

For many who immigrate to the United States, the ultimate goal is to become a fully naturalized U.S. citizen. The process of becoming a citizen, however, is full of red tape and legal hurdles. An experienced immigration attorney can help you navigate this complex process while giving you the best possible chance of achieving your goals.

At David Hirson & Partners, LLP, we have been helping people realize their immigration goals for nearly 40 years. With law offices in Costa Mesa and Seattle, we handle citizenship and naturalization matters for people throughout the United States.

Are You Eligible For Naturalization?

In order to apply for naturalization, you must meet a number of requirements, including:

  • Be at least 18 years of age at the time you file your N-400 application
  • Be a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) for at least five years prior to filing for naturalization
  • Possess an understanding of basic U.S. civics and history
  • Demonstrate good moral character and allegiance to the principles set forth in the U.S. Constitution
  • Meet English language proficiency requirements

If you meet the eligibility requirements, we can handle all of the necessary paperwork and prepare you for the hearings, tests, and other elements of the naturalization process.

If your immigration journey is earlier in the process, we can help you obtain a visa or green card, depending upon your needs and goals.

We Represent Clients Nationwide And Around The World

Contact Us To Learn More

Call David Hirson & Partners, LLP in Costa Mesa, California at 949-441-4003 or our Seattle, Washington, office at 206-926-3973 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our immigration attorneys today.

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