As a U.S. citizen who is at least 21 years old, you may apply for a green card for your parents. If your parents entered the U.S. legally with a visa, they may be eligible to apply for a green card through adjustment of status inside the U.S. Applying for adjustment of status for your parents in the U.S. requires several steps.Read more
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Documents Required to Apply for Citizenship
Steps to Apply for U.S. Citizenship
1. Fill out online application
You input your information and upload your documents to our online platform.
~ 30 hours
2. Lawyer reviews
U.S.-licensed attorney reviews your information and documents.
3. Attorney Submits Application
Attorney submits all government forms and evidence to USCIS.
4. USCIS provides case number
USCIS provides a case number to monitor the status of your application.
~ 2 months after submission
You provides fingerprints at a USCIS office.
~ 3 months after submission
6. USCIS reviews
USCIS reviews your application and conducts a background investigation.
You participate in an interview at your local USCIS office.
~ One year after submission
If your interview goes smoothly, you will participate in a naturalization ceremony and receive a certificate of naturalization.
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