Rely On Weiss, Alden & Polo, P.A.'s Many Years of Collective Immigration Law Experience
Becoming an American citizen involves more than just completing and filing an Application for Naturalization, even in the simplest of cases. The naturalization process can be confusing and often involves numerous challenges. Efforts to obtain U.S. citizenship may present problems when issues arise, for example:
- Time spent outside the U.S. as a permanent resident
- Arrests or criminal records
- Child support
- Ability to read, write and speak English fluently
- Failure to register with the Selective Service System
- Failure to pay income taxes to the Internal Revenue Service
- Convictions for Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
- Lack of knowledge of U.S. government and history
Even if you are convinced you are not eligible for citizenship, we urge you to contact us so we can assess your situation. Sometimes a criminal conviction does not automatically bar a citizenship claim.
In other cases, you may be eligible for a "Claim to U.S. Citizenship" and not even be aware you qualify. Sometimes, individuals may not be aware that they are U.S. citizens or have a claim to citizenship based on their parents' or grandparents' U.S. citizenship or U.S. naturalization. We can conduct in-depth analysis and research to determine if you have a claim to U.S. citizenship, which is often overlooked and missed until clients have hired us to evaluate.
One example of this type of scenario can involve if you were born overseas to a parent who is a U.S. citizen. We know how to ask clear questions that can uncover important and life-changing answers.
If you are interested in seeking U.S. citizenship, the attorneys of the Miami law firm of Weiss, Alden & Polo, P.A., can provide experienced legal assistance. Our credentials include:
- Thousands of immigration law cases handled
- A combined six decades of exclusive focus on immigration law
If you are interested in becoming an American citizen, our Miami citizenship lawyers can guide you through the naturalization process and help you respond to any legal issues involved. To contact our firm, Please call us at 305-358-1500 or at 561-393-7400.
A successful citizenship case may include thorough documentation showing good moral character, continuous residence and physical presence in the U.S., trips outside the country, as well as a working knowledge of American history and English proficiency. We know how to assemble this information; and submit it properly in a professional and timely manner.
Contact Our Experienced Miami Immigration and Naturalization Lawyers
To discuss your citizenship law questions with an experienced immigration lawyer, contact us to schedule a free office consultation today. We speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Swedish and Finnish and operate two offices for our clients' convenience, in Miami Florida. We also accept all major credit cards. To contact our legal team, Please call us at 305-358-1500 or at 561-393-7400.
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