In applying for citizenship through Naturalization, our Immigration Lawyers always explore when one obtained permanent residence and how. That has become even more important in the last two years as USCIS is looking at an applicant’s prior immigration filings to see if the green card was awarded improperly.
An example would be a child sponsored for residence by his permanent resident mother and prior to receiving a green card gets married. The green card award was invalid since an LPR parent cannot file for a married child.
It is also important to have an immigration attorney research any criminal history before and after permanent residence was awarded, prepare the applicant for their Naturalization interview and be present at that interview.
For a free consultation, contact our immigration lawyers in Las Vegas at (702) 836-9003 or in Reno, Carson City and Northern Nevada at (775) 826-2099. You may also contact our lead immigration attorney via email by clicking here.
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