Here are seven great posts on U.S. citizenship that will help our readers prepare for their citizenship.
U.S. citizenship status comes with a lot of benefits and privileges. A legal permanent resident will need to know why he or she needs to become a U.S. citizen and in what ways citizenship will benefit him or her. This post on the top ten reasons to become a U.S. citizen includes ten most compelling reasons to become a U.S. citizen.
Once a green card holder finds that he or she is eligible to become a U.S. citizen, the next question that pops up in his or her mind is, “How long with the citizenship process take?” Many believe that the citizenship process takes a very long time to complete, which is not true. If they file the application with the required documents and follow all the steps listed on their citizenship application instructions page, they can easily go through the process and obtain their citizenship.
U.S. citizenship is not complicated but at the same time it is not easy. There are a set of requirements that must be met by a green card holder who is looking to become a U.S. citizen. This post includes all the requirements that must be met by a person who is planning to apply for citizenship.
Here are the four main steps in the U.S. citizenship process. The citizenship process involves filing applications, appearing for interviews and taking the Oath of Allegiance. This post includes all the steps in the naturalization process.
Applicants for citizenship also must know that their applications for citizenship can be denied. USCIS may deny their applications if they submit applications with errors. They can find the common reasons for denial in this post. This post will help them understand what they must not miss out as they prepare for citizenship.
The citizenship exam is one of the most important steps in the U.S. citizenship process. Careful preparation is needed to get through this exam. USCIS grants certain exceptions to the disabled and seniors. But the other applicants must pass this citizenship exam to take the Oath of Allegiance and receive their naturalization certificates.
This checklist will make the citizenship process easier as it will help the applicants make sure that they have not missed out anything. They can print this checklist and check off each step as they complete it.
Apart from the above seven posts on citizenship, here are few other posts that will help those preparing for U.S. citizenship.