Alagiri Immigration Law Firm


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U.S. Citizenship

The Alagiri Immigration Law Firm: 15+ Years’ Experience as a Firm

U.S. citizenship is the final milestone in the immigration journey. For the past 15 years, The Alagiri Immigration Law Firm has helped numerous clients achieve their immigration goals, many of which involved becoming a U.S. Citizen. Coming from a family of immigrants, founding attorney Priya Alagiri understands the importance and the difficulties of obtaining citizenship. Our firm is here to provide guidance and support as you navigate through this life-changing process. We prioritize your needs and maintain open communication throughout the entire process. You can count on us to provide personalized legal services backed by our high standards.

"Priya and team have been very professional. They have thorough knowledge on immigration needs, very responsive and meticulous. They were very helpful in guiding through the journey. They were able to assess and advise in timely manner. Overall very good experience working with them. I strongly recommend them."

Who Is Eligible for U.S. Citizenship?

There are many requirements for those who wish to be U.S. citizens. Once all the requirements are met and the application is approved, the applicant can become a U.S. citizen after taking the Oath of Allegiance.

The requirements to become a U.S. citizen include:

  • You must be a minimum of 18 years old.
  • You must have taken up residence in the United States for a minimum of five years (without absences of six months or longer).
  • If you are married to a U.S. citizen, you must have taken up continuous residence for a minimum of three years.
  • You must have been physically present in the United States for a minimum of 30 months.
  • If you are married to a U.S. citizen, you must have been physically present in the United States for a minimum of 18 months.
  • You must have lived in the district where you will file for naturalization at least three months prior to filing.
  • You must show “good moral character.” Prior to criminal acts or lying and misrepresentation will be considered on this point.
  • You must demonstrate a knowledge of English and correctly answer a number of U.S. government and history questions.
  • You must answer questions about your attachment to the U.S. Constitution and willingness to take the Oath of Allegiance in the affirmative.

"I used Alagiri Immigration for both my permanent residence and citizenship. Both times, the firm was extremely helpful and transparent about the application process. They were able to answer any questions that I had and even took the time to schedule a prep meeting before both interviews. They also use an online portal which made it easy to upload documents and get messages to the team. Highly recommend working with Priya and her team."

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