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N-400 Application for Citizenship


Becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen is a dream come true for many foreign citizens. Being a U.S. citizen grants you many benefits including the right to vote, hold public office and to work federal jobs. Apply to become a citizen through N-400.


  • 18 years  of age or older; and
  • A Permanent resident of 5 years (3 years via marriage to U.S. citizen); and
  • Good Moral Character; and
  • Ability to read, write and speak basic English
  • Knowledge of U.S. government
  • Residency and presence in United States

Applying for Citizenship For Applicant With No Derogatory Factors*

Pricing: $999.00

What’s included

  • An Immigration Attorney evaluation of your case.
  • Preparation of an Application For Naturalization.
  • Preparation of supporting documents for USCIS.
  • Final review with Attorney of application forms with client.
  • Attorney signature on all application to indicate to the U.S. government that the forms where prepared by an attorney.
  • Mailing case to USCIS.

What’s not included

  • Attorney representation as attorney of record (G-28) before USCIS.
  • Additional work by the attorney, such as answering a Request for Evidence (RFE) where it was issued due to government error or client omission.
  • Attorney appearance at any USCIS interview(s).
  • Follow up on case status with USCIS.
  • Guarantee of approval by the U.S. government. Outcomes depend on your situation and cannot be guaranteed.

For most clients, this service covers this phase of the application process. But if something unexpected happens and your case requires additional work, you can talk to us about hiring us to help you.

Derogatory Factors: Certain applicants will have factors that can affect the approvability of their application. Such factors include but are not limited to criminal arrests, convictions, unfiled taxes, unsupported children, or extended travel outside the United States. Cases with derogatory factors may need to be researched to determine the immigration consequences of filing an application to naturalize. Please call us if you think this may apply to you.