in Springfield, MA
Do you want to stay in the United States but aren't sure how to become a permanent resident? Our naturalization lawyer in Springfield, MA, is here to help prepare and advise you on your application. Permanent residents over the age of 18 who have fulfilled the legal requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) receive a Certificate of Naturalization. This grants you the right to vote and obtain a U.S. passport. Set up a free consultation with our naturalization lawyer today and we'll help you get there.
One of the biggest complaints about the U.S. immigration system is how long everything takes, and this is hardly unwarranted. Our highly skilled citizenship attorney works to shorten the application and processing time as much as possible. By ensuring that there are no errors, with everything completely accurate and finished, the chances of rejection or delay are far fewer. We can also help you obtain a temporary visa if necessary.
It's easy to get confused by all of the steps and documentation involved in this procedure, especially if English is not your first language. Our knowledgeable naturalization attorney at the Law Offices of Kevin R. Riva, A Professional Corporation can represent you through each aspect in both English and Spanish. Stop by and we'll show you what we can do. Don't just be an immigrant, be a resident.
Why You Need a Naturalization Lawyer On Your Side
Once our naturalization lawyer has finished the job, you receive a green card, also known as a permanent resident card. This proves that you are a lawful permanent resident with immigration benefits and have permission to live and work in the U.S. The steps to receive a green card can vary widely, depending on your situation. You could be sponsored by an employer or family member, claim refugee status, or choose from other options. Our green card attorney can tell you what's required.
We can also help you achieve citizenship. The citizenship process involves an application and an interview, where you take English and civics tests. When it's all over, you receive the unique rights and privileges that permanent immigrant residents may not. Besides being able to apply for federal jobs and enjoy social security, there are many other advantages. Our citizenship attorney can explain all of the many benefits of being a full citizen versus a permanent resident.
Our Citizenship Lawyer Helps You Achieve the American Dream
Too often, hard-working people who are just one step away from achieving their goal of citizenship find themselves removed from the system entirely due to an error. Our attorneys make sure that doesn't happen to you. We want you to enjoy all of those wonderful benefits as a reward for what you contribute to our country. Don't wait until the fees go up; seek out our citizenship lawyer today.
Keep in mind that, although green cards are frequently revoked, citizenship rarely is. More importantly, U.S. citizens cannot be deported and can sponsor other immigrants right away. You can also travel outside of the country for as long as you want without worrying about losing your status or not being able to seek help from U.S. embassies. Talk to our citizenship lawyer to learn more about what U.S. citizenship has in store for you.