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Anderson Immigration and Naturalization Lawyer

You don’t have to go through the immigration or naturalization process alone. If you believe that you’re qualified for immigration or naturalization status you want professional help. We can ensure that your application is filled out completely and error-free. We can go over the paperwork with you and make sure that you fully qualify for your immigration or naturalization status.

Don’t risk a delay or denial just because something isn’t correct on your paperwork. Our Anderson immigration and naturalization lawyers at Hernandez & Cabra can manage the process for you so that you can rest assured that the outcome of your case is the one that you’re seeking according to the laws of the United States.

If you’ve been charged with a crime, if you’re struggling with an immigration hold, if you’re in the midst of a removal proceeding for your immigration status, if you’re about to be deported, or if you simply need to complete the paperwork and file for your immigration or your naturalization, you need professional guidance.

If you’re seeking permanent residence or a renewal on a visa, you want the professionals that can help you get everything right the first time. At Hernandez & Cabra, our immigration and naturalization lawyers have the experience that you need. Give our Anderson law firm a call today at 864-501-4384 and let us help you with your case.

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What is the Immigration and Naturalization Process?

In order to go through the immigration or naturalization process, you’re going to have to take a test and have had a “Green” or Permanent Resident card for five years or at least for three years if you’re filing a spouse to a United States Citizen.

You’ll have to renew your Permanent Resident Card prior to your application for citizenship if your card is going to expire within the next six months of application or if it has already expired.

You’re allowed to apply for your naturalization prior to receiving your new Green Card, however, you’ll have to submit your receipt (photocopies are allowed) from Form I-90 as well as your Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card upon your receipt.

There are specific eligibility requirements. You’ll have to go to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website and click on the links that are most like your specific situation.

A few of the requirements are as follows:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age or older when you apply.
  • You must be able to read and write as well as speak basic English.
  • You must be of good moral character.
  • You’ll be required to go through a 10-step process of naturalization including determining your eligibility to become an American Citizen.
  • You’ll have to complete Form N-400. This is the application for naturalization and you’ll be able to create a free account that you can use to submit your form online.
  • You’ll be required to take the United States Naturalization Test as well as a personal interview.
  • You will owe your allegiance to the United States of America.

After meeting all of the requirements, you’ll then be awarded a certificate of citizenship of the United States of America. You’ll be entitled to the protection of the United States of America and you will be able to exercise your rights and responsibilities as a United States of America Citizen.

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What Is the Process of Legally Working in the United States of America?

There are many different types of work visas wherein students, temporary employees, and permanent employees can work in the United States of America legally. Each different type of visa has its own requirements and limitations. You’ll be required to fill out the appropriate paperwork for the specific type of visa that you’re seeking and then you’ll have to wait for the approval of the visa request by the United States Government.

Upon approval, you’ll be awarded your visa at which point you’ll be legally allowed to work in the United States of America as long as you abide by the rules and regulations of your particular type of work visa.

Can Your Firm Represent Me in a Deportation Case?

Yes, our Anderson immigration and naturalization lawyers at Hernandez & Cabra can represent you in a deportation case. For more detailed information, please call us at 864-501-4384.

Why Should I Choose a Hernandez & Cabra Anderson Immigration and Naturalization Lawyer to Represent Me?

At Hernandez & Cabra, our Anderson immigration and naturalization lawyers have decades of experience in immigration and naturalization. We strive to assist our clients with all of their immigration and naturalization needs. With so many years of experience, we have the knowledge to help you with your case. Give us a call at 864-501-4384 and let’s discuss your case and needs.

Immigration is different for everyone. If you believe that you’re qualified to immigrate or become a naturalized citizen, you want an Anderson immigration and naturalization lawyer behind your case all the way. We prepare everything for you and will help you through every step of the process.

We can ensure that all of your paperwork is completely and efficiently filled out without error. Many denials and delays are simply due to paperwork errors. Don’t risk delays or denials due to simple paperwork errors. Call us today at 864-501-4384 and let us help you with your immigration or naturalization process.

If you’ve been charged with a crime, you need good legal representation. We’ve had decades of experience in the legal system and are able to help you with your court case. If you’re struggling with a hold on your immigration, if you’re in the midst of deportation, if you’re needing assistance and professional guidance, you’ve come to the right place. At Hernandez & Cabra, we know what you’re going through and we’re here to help. Give us a call today at 864-501-4384 and let’s get started on your case today before it’s too late. The sooner you call, the sooner you can get things resolved.