Naturalization and Citizenship

At Immigos, we know that becoming a United States citizen often comes at the end of a very long immigration path.  U.S. citizens can vote, get a U.S. passport, serve on a jury, work federal jobs, permanently avoid deportation, and be recognized as a U.S. citizen abroad.  Most naturalization applicants must pass English and Civics requirements… but there are some exceptions for longtime U.S. permanent residents and certain individuals with debilitating health problems.  

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Abuse Victims (VAWA)

Advance Parole and Reentry Permits


Crime Victims (T/U Visas)

Cultural Exchange (J/Q Visa)

DACA and Deferred Action

Extension of Stay/Change of Status

Federal Litigation

Fiancé(e) Visas