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Immigration Law is complex, some mistakes can have serious consequences, so an immigration lawyer with his knowledge and experience will be key to the success of the process.

Jorge de la Mar Esq. Is committed to serving you in all of your immigration needs.

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The most common way to obtain US citizenship is naturalization. You may be eligible to receive U.S. citizenship if:

  • You were born outside the United States but have a permanent residence in the United States for 5 years, and at least half of that time has been physically present in the United States, with no periods of absence of more than six months.
  • You are a permanent resident for 3 years, you are married to a US citizen, and you have been married to the same US citizen for the past 3 years.
  • Have served in the United States Armed Forces for a minimum of three years.
  • You were on active duty in the US Armed Forces during World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, or the Persian Gulf.
  • You were married to a United States citizen who died during honorable active duty in the United States Armed Forces
  • He has served on a ship operated by the United States and has been a permanent resident of the United States for the past five years.
  • You are an employee or a person hired by the US Government. and has been a permanent resident of the United States. for the past five years.
  • You are a person who exercises ministerial or priestly functions of a religious denomination or interdenominational organization with a valid presence in the United States, and you have been a permanent resident of the United States for the past five years.
  • Are you the spouse of a U.S. citizen who is one of the following: a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, an employee of a research institute recognized by the U.S. Attorney General, an employee of an international organization of which the U.S. is a member by law or by treaty, an employee of a U.S.-owned business or corporation engaged in the development of U.S. foreign trade, and a person who exercises ministerial or priestly functions of a religious confession or interfaith organization with validity or presence in the United States engaged in the development of U.S. foreign trade, a person who exercises ministerial or priestly functions of a religious confession or interfaith organization with validity or presence in the United States ., and you have been a permanent resident of the United States in the last five years.