For those in Florida who hope to become U.S. citizens, the naturalization process can appear mysterious and daunting. An applicant may be unsure if he or she is eligible for citizenship, and the forms and paperwork can be confusing. And some will wonder if something in their past, like an old criminal conviction, will dash their hopes.
At the law firm of Kurzban Kurzban Weinger Tetzeli & Pratt P.A., our immigration lawyers have decades of experience helping people with every aspect of immigration law, including citizenship. We can help an applicant navigate every stage of the naturalization process, from determining eligibility, to filing the necessary paperwork, through the citizenship interview and tests. We do everything possible to make the process as smooth and uncomplicated as we can for our clients.
Properly completing the forms and supplying the necessary information to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is an essential step. We can help ensure the proper forms are completed and the information provided is complete and accurate.
For many people, the immigration interview and the naturalization test are the most intimidating stages of the naturalization process. We can help an applicant by advising them on how to prepare for the interview and the types of questions to expect on the test.
Most importantly, we can also help clients deal with potential obstacles to citizenship, whether those obstacles are unpaid taxes or past brushes with the law. We can advise clients how best to disclose this information and how to address it during the interview. The following immigration law webpage may be of help those seeking citizenship.