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How To Become A Citizen Of The United States

There are many ways that someone can become a citizen of our country; some of them are easier than others. If you are looking to join our country, you need to know what options you have and which one of them is best for you.

Here at Reina & Bates, our Texas attorneys know what it takes to earn citizenship in this country. Let us help you pursue citizen status, which gives you the right to vote and protection from deportation. Let us help you protect your future by gaining the status you need to succeed in this country.

Methods Of Earning Citizenship

There are several ways that a person can gain citizenship, and it is important to know how each of them may apply to you:

  • Automatic citizenship – Anyone who is born in this country is a citizen. The only exceptions to this would be when the parents of this child are heads of state in foreign nations.
  • Applying for citizenship through naturalization – This method involves living here legally as a permanent resident for a period of time, and then applying for citizenship.
  • Derivative citizenship after parental naturalization – If even one parent is a citizen, by birth or application, their children can also become citizens, provided they meet the requirements as well.
  • Military service – If you are a lawful permanent citizen, you can serve in the U.S. Armed Forces, and then there are ways you can gain citizenship.

No matter what method you may think applies to you, our legal guidance can help you achieve your goals. We know how hard it can be to become a citizen here, and we have been helping clients gain citizenship for years. Our experience has taught us how to look out for common obstacles, as well as how to meet every step fully prepared for the next one.

Rely On Us To Guide You To A Citizen Status

If you are in the Dallas area and are looking for help with your citizenship or help in gaining citizenship for a loved one, we can help. Contact us to schedule your initial consultation with our team so we can help. Call 469-912-2306, or email us here.

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