If you are a Permanent Resident of the United States and have decided to become a citizen of the country, you can become one through the process of naturalization. The naturalization process begins with completing the Application for Naturalization, Form N-400 and submitting the completed Form N-400, along with the supporting documents and the application processing fees to the nearest USCIS office. The entire process of naturalization takes anywhere between 5 - 8 months to complete. The processing time may be longer or shorter depending on the applicant depending on the Before you start the process, you need to check whether you are eligible for the naturalization process.
Our online software contains a simple quiz which can check whether you are eligible for the process of naturalization. The questions are simple and easy to answer. Here’s a list of the eligibility criteria required for becoming a U.S citizen through the process of naturalization.
Age: You must be 18 years or older to apply for the process of naturalization.
Permanent residence: You must have at least 5 years of continuous permanent residence in the United States in order to be eligible for naturalization.
If you are married to a U.S citizen: You must be living in the United States for at least the past 3 years.
Leaving the country: You must not have had any trips outside the country for more than 6 months in any given year.
If you are currently in the U.S armed forces: If you have been in the army for more than a year, you need not establish continuous permanent residency, you will be eligible for naturalization.
If you were in the U.S armed forces: If you have been in the U.S army for less than a year, you must establish 5 years of continuous permanent residency. If you have spent time outside the United States during your service to the country, it will be considered as continuous residence by the USCIS.
You can take the eligibility quiz using our software and check if you are eligible to apply for naturalization and becoming a citizen of the United States, a dream come true for many immigrants who have made this country their home.