Migration Services
US Citizenship Services

Becoming a United States citizen is an honor that comes with many rights, such as traveling freely and having more job opportunities, and responsibilities, such as voting.

This section provides information about becoming a U.S. citizen, a process known as naturalization. Please call one of our offices today to make an appointment and be on your way to becoming a United States citizen.

What are the advantages of becoming a U.S. citizen?

There are many advantages to becoming a U.S. citizen. Among them are:

You can vote for the politician of your choice and have full participation in United States democracy. Remember, as a voter, the politicians will listen to you.

You can run for any public office, except President and Vice President.

As a U.S. citizen, you are eligible for all state and federal jobs, and other jobs where U.S. citizenship is required.

You can have access to more types of public assistance.

Unlike other immigration papers, you never have to renew your citizenship certificate.

If you become a citizen before your children turn 18, in most cases they also become citizens and receive benefits that all citizens are entitled to.

You can help more of your family members come to the United States. In addition to your spouse and unmarried children, you can also petition for your parents, married children, siblings (married or single), and fianc?. In most cases unmarried children get permanent residence faster if the parents are U.S. citizens than if the parents are permanent residents. If you would like assistance with your relative petition, please visit one of our offices.

Finally, you have the privilege of traveling in and out of the United States more freely and you enjoy the benefits of holding a U.S. Passport.

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