Complex Citizenship Cases
An application for U.S. citizenship can be complicated by seemingly innocent mistakes made by the applicant in the past. A good example of a complicating factor is illegal voting. Only U.S. citizens are entitled to vote in U.S. elections, but this does not stop canvassers for political parties from encouraging non U.S. citizens to register and vote.
Other issues can complicate an application for U.S. citizenship like a criminal record or extended time outside the U.S. Sometimes people apply for citizen expecting to be successful but later discover that not only are they not eligible for citizenship but are in fact deportable and have to go before an Immigration Judge.
If you or a loved one is planning on applying, or already has applied for U.S. citizenship and is having difficulties you should consult an experienced immigration attorney at Goldstein & Associates, LLC. We have helped hundreds of people with their complicated U.S. citizenship applications and we may be able to help you too. To find out contact us for a free consolation today.
Here at Goldstein & Associates, we only practice U.S. immigration law, it is our passion. If any of the issues described here affect you than you should contact us as soon as possible for a free consolation to determine what your next step should be.