Citizenship and Naturalization
I am proud to help you in your journey to become a U.S. citizen. Becoming a U.S. Citizen is a meaningful decision that allows you to travel freely on a U.S. passport, enhances the opportunities for your family’s immigration, and allows you to vote in upcoming elections.
A foreign citizen or national can become a U.S. citizen through a process called naturalization. Those who have been lawful permanent residents of the U.S. for at least five years (or three years for those married to U.S. citizens), may be eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship. I can assist you with applying for citizenship, as well as advising on special issues such as prior criminal convictions, complex immigration histories, prolonged absences from the U.S., employment overseas, fraud, and tax issues. Additionally, I am experienced in preparing responses to Requests for Evidence and preparing clients for and representing them at N-336 hearings.
If you believe that you may have acquired or derived citizenship through a parent or grandparent, I can research the issue and assist you with applying for your Certificate of Naturalization or U.S. Passport.
Contact Citizenship and Naturalization Attorney Grace R. Alano
Call (415) 413-VISA (8472) or send me an email to schedule a consultation about your U.S. immigration law issues. I look forward to helping you seek refuge in the United States. I offer convenient consultations in which potential clients discuss their possible cases with me and learn about their options from an experienced immigration attorney.