Many people who have immigrated to the U.S. have a goal of obtaining U.S. citizenship, which represents the full rights and privileges of any American. Typically, an immigrant may apply for naturalization five years after obtaining a green card (also called lawful permanent residence). In some cases, one may apply after shorter periods of time, for example in three years if the lawful permanent residency had been obtained through marriage. We assist people in their applications for naturalization, including preparing the necessary forms and fee waiver requests, as well as preparation for the exam and for the naturalization interview with the immigration officer. Naturalization applications can have extreme consequences because a failing application may lead to being placed in removal hearings. Overall, we believe that discussing your immigration situation with an immigration lawyer before filing for naturalization is a wise choice.  

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Law Office of Bart Parsley


631 Strander Boulevard,
Suite G,
Tukwila, Washington 98188