Los Angeles Citizenship Attorney
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Becoming a United States Citizen is a lifelong goal for many immigrants
in this country who arrived to this land in search of the American Dream.
The attorneys at the
Law Offices of Michael M. Felix are here to help you ensure that the process of naturalizing from an U.S.
lawful permanent resident (“Green Card Holder”) to an U.S.
Citizen is smooth and completed properly. The promise of citizenship is
ground in the fundamental value that all person are created equal and
serves as a unifying identity to allow person of all backgrounds, whether
born in the United States or foreign- born, to have an equal stake in
the future of the United States.
Contact our Los Angeles immigration attorneys today to learn more about your citizenship options.
What Rights Do Citizens Have?
Deciding to become a U.S. citizen is one of the most important decisions
an immigrant can make. Naturalized U.S. citizens share equally in the
rights and privileges of U.S. citizenship.
U.S. citizenship offers immigrants the ability to:
- Vote in Federal elections;
- Travel with a U.S. Passport;
- Run for elective office where citizenship is required;
- Participate on a jury;
- Become eligible for federal and certain law enforcement jobs;
- Obtain certain State and Federal benefits not available to noncitizens;
- Obtain citizenship for minor children born abroad; and
- Expand and expedite their ability to bring family members to the United States.
All three of our immigration law firm's attorneys solely focus on immigration
law and can help you obtain citizenship in the United States.
Our attorneys will thoroughly evaluate your case to determine which path can lead you
to citizenship, whether it is through naturalization, derivative citizenship
or military service. Do not take the biggest and most important step in
your immigration case without adequate legal representative.
Call our Los Angeles offices to speak with one of our specialized immigration attorneys at (562) 445-4870.