U.S. citizens and permanent residents may petition to sponsor close relatives. For citizens, these relatives include spouses, children, parents and siblings. Permanent residents can sponsor spouses and children.
Our office will determine eligibility, prepare necessary petitions and applications, advise on adequacy of supporting documentation, attend interviews with our clients, and attend to all follow-up matters necessary to obtain permanent residency either through stateside adjudication by the Department of Homeland Security’s Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or through visa processing at the U.S consular posts abroad. If there are potential grounds of inadmissibility, we will assess those and prepare waivers if necessary.
Naturalization is the immigration process through which lawful permanent residents become U.S. citizens. Atom Law Group has assisted hundreds of immigrants become Citizens. In fact, the founding partners of Atom Law Group personally became US citizens through this process many years ago!
if you have a green card, why become a citizen?
The freedom to travel outside of the U.S. for as long as you wish
The freedom to vote in government elections
here are the requirements that you must meet to become a
If the above requirements are met, there are 4 steps that you must go through to become a citizen:
1 . The filing of the N-400 Naturalization Application.
2. Once notice is received, scheduling and attending a Naturalization biometrics appointment.
3. Attend your naturalization interview and exams.
4. If approved, take Oath of Allegiance and receive your Certificate of Naturalization
How long will it take?
The entire naturalization process takes approximately a year, but this is simply an average estimate. Sometimes applications move faster, but often, slower.
For over a decade, Atom Law Group has successfully guided hundreds of applicants through the process of obtaining Green Cards. The founding partners of this firm are themselves immigrants who went through this same process years ago! Our firm is possible because of the family-based immigration process. It is a privilege to be able to help others to achieve their American Dream now. So we take this service very personally.
Below is a simple overview. Our team assists you each step of the way, but it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the process.
Being a Permanent Resident status allows a family member to live and work in the United States permanently. A Green Card is a different name for Permanent Residency.
The U.S. Department of State (DOS) allocates family-based immigrant visas allowed by the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) vastly determines eligibility of applicants.