Can I Get Citizenship?
This is most likely the question on your mind if you are trying to immigrate to the United States or are a nonresident. Immigration law is difficult because every case is unique, but the outcome is straightforward. You will either become a citizen or you won’t. We also understand the fear of deportation is very real.
There are many requirements to meet in order to obtain citizenship. Some of the areas to consider include:
- Are you 18 years of age?
- Do you have a clean criminal record?
- Are you going through a divorce or other family legal proceedings?
- Do you currently have a green card?
- Have you been a permanent resident in the United States for at least five years?
These are just a few of the questions an experienced lawyer can help you answer as you seek citizenship. Especially if you are facing removal from the country, it is important to have an advocate on your side with a deep understanding of immigration regulations.
We Know Immigration Law
Our lead attorney, Fernando Alvares, immigrated to the United States from Brazil in 1998. He knows the struggles of immigrants and what it takes to obtain citizenship. In every case we work, Mr. Alvares advises clients in a straightforward manner. He looks at every situation individually, and gives you an honest assessment of your chances for naturalization, obtaining a visa or any other options to remain in the United States.
Your situation is unique, and your background will play a role in your immigration status. Mr. Alvares has more than 10 years of experience working with clients in Houston and throughout Texas on all issues regarding immigration law.
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