Allow Our Immigration Lawyers To Help You Achieve Your Ultimate Goal Of U.S. Citizenship
It is no secret that the United States immigration system is complex and difficult. For an individual following the immigration pathway, American citizenship is the final step in a long and demanding journey. Obtaining your citizenship is a significant milestone, but the process required to get there can be confusing and stressful. An error could lead to a denial, and in the worst-case scenario, it could jeopardize your future in the United States and all that you worked to obtain through your immigration history. Our skilled and knowledgeable immigration attorneys are based in Chicago, but their successes and experience extend nationwide.
How Can The Immigration Lawyers At Elmosa & Associates, Help You?
If you have finally reached that ultimate step of pursuing naturalization to become a United States citizen, you should not hesitate to contact our Chicago immigration law office. Elmosa & Associates, experienced attorneys could make the difference in your ability to obtain citizenship by thoroughly preparing the case strategy, application packet, and of course you for every step of the process, including appearing with you at the interview and examination. The immigration lawyers at Elmosa & Associates, have many years of experience and a long history of successful client advocacy in United States citizenship cases.
As you embark on your exciting final step in the United States immigration pathway, we want to stand by you, assist you in navigating the complexity of the immigration system, and provide the assistance you need to achieve your goal. We have successfully represented clients in naturalization application procedures before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and when necessary, by challenging improper government decisions and delays through appeal processes and federal court actions.
Our Chicago immigration attorneys are equipped to handle all types of citizenship cases and processes, including:
- N-400 applications for naturalization
- N-648 medical certifications for disability exceptions
- N-336 requests for hearing on denied naturalization applications
- N-600 certificates of citizenship
- Responses to Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny for pending naturalization cases
- Motions to Reopen or Reconsider with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for denied naturalization cases
- Federal court actions for improperly denied or delayed naturalization applications