¿Cómo convertirse en Ciudadano de Estados Unidos?

La naturalización es un proceso legal por medio del cual un ciudadano o nacional extranjero puede convertirse en un ciudadano de Estados Unidos. Para naturalizarse, el solicitante primero debe estar calificado para aplicar por la ciudadanía. Después, él o ella, deben completar la aplicación, asistir a una entrevista y aprobar un examen cívico y de inglés. Al completar con éxito estos pasos, el solicitante hace un juramente de lealtad y se convierte en ciudadano. Estos requisitos legales ayudan al servicio de inmigración a asegurarse que solamente las personas que sinceramente desean convertirse en ciudadano sean naturalizados. Las leyes relacionadas a la naturalización son complejas. Están en la sección 316 del Ley de inmigración y nacionalidad o INA, por sus siglas en ingles. Generalmente para calificar por la naturalización conforme a 136 INA, el solicitante debe:

  • Tener 18 años de edad o más al completar el formulario N-400
  • Ser legalmente admitido para residente permanente.
  • Ser legalmente residente permanente por al menos los últimos 5 años al completar el formulario N-400.
  • Demostrar buena conducta moral durante al menos 5 años antes de completar el formulario N-400 y durante el periodo administrativo hasta el juramento de lealtad.
  • Haber residido continuamente en Estados Unidos durante al menos los últimos 5 años como residente permanente legal antes de completar el formulario N-400.
  • Haber residido por al menos 3 meses en el Estados o Distrito USCIS donde solicita la residencia antes de completar el formulario N-400
  • Residir continuamente en Estados Unidos desde la fecha en la que completo el formulario N-400 hasta el momento de la juramentación.
  • Estar físicamente presente en Estados Unidos por al menos 2 años y medio hasta el momento de presentación del formulario N-400.
  • Demostrar conocimientos básicos de la historia y el gobierno de Estados Unidos.
  • Demostrar conocimiento para leer, escribir y hablar palabras en el uso cotidiano en Ingles.
  • Establecer un apego a los principios constitucionales de Estados Unidos y estar dispuesto al orden y felicidad de Estados Unidos.

Somos inmigrantes también. En Diaspora Law nos apasionamos en ayudar a los inmigrantes porque tenemos una conexión con la causa. Hemos visto y experimentado la lucha, confusión y el esfuerzo que requiere venir a Estados Unidos en busca de una mejor vida para su familia o negocio.

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How To Become A United States Citizen?

Naturalization is the legal process through which a foreign citizen or national can become a U.S. citizen. To be naturalized, an applicant must first be qualified to apply for citizenship. Then, he or she must complete an application, attend an interview, and pass an English and a civics test. Upon successful completion of these steps, the applicant takes an oath of loyalty, and becomes a citizen. These legal requirements help the immigration service ensure that only those people who are sincere in their desire to become Americans become naturalized. The laws pertaining to Naturalization are very complex. They are contained in section 316 of the Immigration and Nationality Act or “INA”. Generally, to qualify for naturalization, under INA 316, an applicant must:

  • Be 18 years of age or older at the time of filing Form N-400
  • Be lawfully admitted for permanent residence
  • Be a lawfully permanent resident for at least 5 years at the time of filing Form N-400
  • Demonstrate good moral character for at least 5 years prior to the Form N-400 filing date, and during the period leading to administration of the Oath of Allegiance
  • Have resided continuously in the United States for at least 5 years as a lawful permanent resident before filing Form N-400
  • Have resided for at least 3 months in the State or USCIS District where residency is claimed before filing Form N-400
  • Have resided continuously in the United States from the date of filing Form N-400 up to the time of administration of the Oath of Allegiance
  • Be physically present in the United States for at least 2 1/2 years at the time of filing Form N-400
  • Demonstrate a basic knowledge of U.S. history and government
  • Demonstrate the ability to read, write, and speak words in ordinary usage in the English language
  • Establish an attachment to the principles of the U.S. Constitution and be disposed to the good order and happiness of the United States

We are immigrants too. Diaspora Law is passionate about helping immigrants because we all have a deep connection to the cause. We have seen and experienced the struggle, the confusion, and the strength it takes to come to the United States for a better life for your family or business. Schedule a Consultation Today.

Pennsylvania: Challenges for Immigrants – English – 9/20/2018

Diaspora Law is a Top Reviewed U.S. Immigration Law firm that specializes in family immigration, business immigration and deportation defense. Licensed federally to practice U.S. Immigration Law in all 50 States and abroad, we are a non-partisan, pro-immigrant, humanitarian effort to keep families together and protect those who cannot defend themselves. Further, through community engagement and support we work with local organizations to advocate for fair changes in immigration law and the fair treatment of all people.

Below you will find the presentation slides from one of our regular and recent community outreach events. Please contact the office or see our Facebook page for upcoming events.

Presentation – General Immigration Information Presentation – English

Diaspora Law is a Top Reviewed U.S. Immigration Law firm that specializes in family immigration, business immigration and deportation defense. Licensed federally to practice U.S. Immigration Law in all 50 States and abroad, we are a non-partisan, pro-immigrant, humanitarian effort to keep families together and protect those who cannot defend themselves. Further, through community engagement and support we work with local organizations to advocate for fair changes in immigration law and the fair treatment of all people.

Below you will find the presentation slides from one of our regular and recent community outreach events. Please contact the office or see our Facebook page for upcoming events.

Presentation – Opciones Para Inmigración – Spanish

Diaspora Law is a Top Reviewed U.S. Immigration Law firm that specializes in family immigration, business immigration and deportation defense. Licensed federally to practice U.S. Immigration Law in all 50 States and abroad, we are a non-partisan, pro-immigrant, humanitarian effort to keep families together and protect those who cannot defend themselves. Further, through community engagement and support we work with local organizations to advocate for fair changes in immigration law and the fair treatment of all people.

Below you will find the presentation slides from one of our regular and recent community outreach events. Please contact the office or see our Facebook page for upcoming events.

Diaspora Law Presentation Archive

Diaspora Law is a Top Reviewed U.S. Immigration Law firm that specializes in family immigration, business immigration and deportation defense. Licensed federally to practice U.S. Immigration Law in all 50 States and abroad, we are a non-partisan, pro-immigrant, humanitarian effort to keep families together and protect those who cannot defend themselves. Further, through community engagement and support we work with local organizations to advocate for fair changes in immigration law and the fair treatment of all people.

Below you will find the presentation slides from all of our regular and recent community outreach events. Please contact the office or see our Facebook page for upcoming events.

Overview of Family Concerns with Immigration – English

General Immigration Information Presentation – English

Presentación General de Información de Inmigración – Spanish

Pennsylvania: Challenges for Immigrants – English

Immigrant Rights/Derechos Del Inmigrante – English/Spanish

Opciones Para Inmigracion – Spanish

Presentation – Presentación General de Información de Inmigración – Spanish

Diaspora Law is a Top Reviewed U.S. Immigration Law firm that specializes in family immigration, business immigration and deportation defense. Licensed federally to practice U.S. Immigration Law in all 50 States and abroad, we are a non-partisan, pro-immigrant, humanitarian effort to keep families together and protect those who cannot defend themselves. Further, through community engagement and support we work with local organizations to advocate for fair changes in immigration law and the fair treatment of all people.

Below you will find the presentation slides from one of our regular and recent community outreach events. Please contact the office or see our Facebook page for upcoming events.

Presentation – Overview of Family Concerns with Immigration – English

Diaspora Law is a Top Reviewed U.S. Immigration Law firm that specializes in family immigration, business immigration and deportation defense. Licensed federally to practice U.S. Immigration Law in all 50 States and abroad, we are a non-partisan, pro-immigrant, humanitarian effort to keep families together and protect those who cannot defend themselves. Further, through community engagement and support we work with local organizations to advocate for fair changes in immigration law and the fair treatment of all people.

Below you will find the presentation slides from one of our regular and recent community outreach events. Please contact the office or see our Facebook page for upcoming events.

Presentation – Immigrant Rights/Derechos Del Inmigrante – English/Spanish

Diaspora Law is a Top Reviewed U.S. Immigration Law firm that specializes in family immigration, business immigration and deportation defense. Licensed federally to practice U.S. Immigration Law in all 50 States and abroad, we are a non-partisan, pro-immigrant, humanitarian effort to keep families together and protect those who cannot defend themselves. Further, through community engagement and support we work with local organizations to advocate for fair changes in immigration law and the fair treatment of all people.

Below you will find the presentation slides from one of our regular and recent community outreach events. Please contact the office or see our Facebook page for upcoming events.

Top Deportation Defense Strategies And Opportunities

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