Greensboro Naturalization Lawyer

The attorneys of McKinney Immigration Law have more than 15 years of experience successfully helping clients apply for naturalization in the United States. Naturalization is the process that grants U.S. citizenship to individuals who have fulfilled the requirements detailed in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

Members of our staff are fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and Italian.
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Eligibility for Citizenship

There is an extremely large number of requirements for naturalization, and the process can be complicated and difficult to understand. It is vitally important to verify your eligibility before applying because the application will automatically result in a re-evaluation of your case. Certain criminal convictions or changes in your life situation since the time your permanent residency was approved could result in the loss of your green card.

Representing Your Best Interests

Our experienced Greensboro naturalization attorneys are committed to helping people from all over the world achieve the American dream. Under the leadership and direction of board-certified immigration law specialist Jeremy L. McKinney, we will take the time to carefully evaluate your situation and develop a strategy tailored to meeting your legal objectives in the most effective and efficient manner possible.

After providing you with a direct and thorough assessment of your ability to become a U.S. citizen, we will discuss both your objectives and your legal options. If you qualify for naturalization, we will draft the application and assist in gathering all of the necessary documentation. We will also explain what to expect during the naturalization interview and help you prepare by walking you through a mock interview.

Experienced Raleigh Immigration Attorney

From our offices in Greensboro, Wilmington and Asheville, North Carolina, the lawyers at McKinney Immigration Law represent clients throughout both North and South Carolina. Contact us at 336-275-5885 to arrange a consultation.