Expert Advice With Citizenship And Naturalization Issues In California
For many of my clients, their long-term goal is to become a United States citizen. Helping people reach that goal and seeing the pride people feel when they take their oath is a defining part of my work.
For some clients, the process is relatively straightforward. My role as your attorney is to help you prepare a strong application and ensure you are treated fairly in the system. Many other clients face challenges and hurdles in the process, and I work to help you find creative strategies to overcome those difficulties.
If you need guidance through the citizenship and naturalization process, consult with my law firm. I will provide you with the answers to all of your immigration questions.
At the Law Office of Amie D. Miller in San Francisco, California, my goal as your immigration lawyer is to help you build your bridge to U.S. citizenship.
Experienced And Respected Immigration And Citizenship Representation
My office has the experience, the tools and the knowledge to help you or a loved one apply for and overcome challenges in the citizenship and naturalization process.
I work with clients through a range of issues, including:
- Naturalization based on five years as a permanent resident
- Fast-track naturalization based on a three-year marriage to a U.S. citizen
- Fast-track naturalization through military service
- Advising on special issues including criminal convictions, selective service, tax or fraud issues
- Applying for citizenship for U.S. nationals
- Appeals of denials
What Is Derivative Citizenship?
I also investigate whether you may have acquired or derived citizenship through a parent or grandparent. These derivative citizenships can include foreign-born children who have been adopted by a United States citizen if certain requirements are met.
Creative And Compassionate Guidance With Even The Most Complicated Issues
The requirements for naturalization of individuals in the United States can be complicated. The immigration system has rigorous standards, and applying for citizenship properly can often be a complicated and confusing process. The longer you delay seeking legal help, the more difficult your case can become.
Having an experienced citizenship attorney on your side can make a significant difference. Call 415-362-8602, or contact us online to schedule a consultation. We can meet with you in our office, or we can provide a convenient online teleconferencing option through Skype.