Once an individual becomes a US Citizen, they have nearly the exact same rights as a person who was born in the United States. There are significant benefits of becoming a citizen rather than remaining with a green card. Sometimes an individual delays their decision to pursue citizenship or is hesitant. This is especially true of individuals who are already a citizen of another nation and do not wish to give up their prior nationality. Many times, however, the person will not lose their prior nationality. You may have specific questions about these issues, so it is best to speak to an attorney.

At SARPA LAW, often times an individual walks into the office who is now facing a serious complication in their lives but which could have been solved if they had obtained citizenship years ago. For example, some problems that can happen when you are not yet a citizen include: being deported, being unable to return to the US after travel, or having your green card taken away due to an extended absence from the US. Citizenship also will open up much more options to sponsor a family member from overseas. Therefore, it is typically the best advice to obtain citizenship as soon as possible. When you first meet with the attorney, he will review your situation and then advise you of any risks or problems. After that he will prepare the strongest possible case and prepare you for the interview or otherwise accompany you to the interview.

SARPA LAW specializes in dealing with citizenship cases where there are major problems, such as a person who has prior criminal issues, prior restraining orders, tax debts or had problems at the border in the past. It is important to understand that if you have prior criminal or domestic violence problems, it can cause you to be deported if you apply for citizenship. It can also cause you to be denied citizenship. An immigration lawyer can look at your case and help you with these citizenship problems.

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