White Plains Naturalization Attorney – Susan B. Henner
Naturalization is a term used to describe the process in which an individual become a citizen of a country where they were not born. The process of naturalization is different in nearly every country and this page we will be referring to the United States of America for reference. To be a candidate for naturalization it is required that you be living in the country, you would like to become a citizen of and that you obey the rules of the country before during and after the naturalization process. The simplest way to quickly move through the naturalization process is to contact a White Plains Naturalization Attorney so that they can guide you through the process.
At the Law Office of Susan B. Henner, we are proud to assist those who are actively seeking naturalization to become a citizen of the United States. Our firm is also able to assist our clients in many other facets of immigration issues. If you would like to speak with a White Plains Naturalization Attorney, contact our office today at 914-290-5777.
If you contact us for assistance with naturalization, we will walk you through the entire process from start to finish. We will make sure to assist you, though:
- Reviewing and completing the required application process
- Coaching you through the interview process
- Assist you with and provide you resources for the citizenship examination on the English language, United States civics, and the United States history portion
- Help you to demonstrate good character throughout the process
It is important that you keep in mind that everyone’s situation is different, and the process may change slightly depending on your situation. With assistance from a White Plains Naturalization Attorney, you will be able to move quickly and efficiently through the process. After you have completed the above steps to the level of satisfaction required by the United States Customs and Immigration Services office, you will be able to attend a naturalization ceremony.
At the naturalization ceremony, you will say the pledge of allegiance to the United States flag, then and only then will you be presented with a certificate of naturalization.
If you or a loved one is in need of assistance with naturalization or wants to become a U.S. Citizen but does not know where to start, we urge you to contact us today. Our White Plains Naturalization Attorney is available at any time to assist you and can be reached by phone at 914-290-5777.