Citizenship and Naturalization

U.S. Citizenship

U.S. citizens have numerous rights and responsibilities, including the right to sponsor certain immigrating relatives to the U.S.  Depending on circumstances of birth, a person born abroad to U.S. citizen parents may be a U.S. citizen at birth.  In some circumstances a child may acquire U.S. citizenship when a parent acquires U.S. citizenship.  


Talk to Nancy if you have questions about what your citizenship means to you and your family.  


Nancy has worked with many individuals in the valuable process of naturalization, or becoming a U.S. citizen.  We start with a careful review of your qualifying factors, and the documents needed to accompany your naturalization application. We work together in the process and steps towards citizenship, which ends in the oath ceremony, where you receive your certificate of citizenship.  


Naturalization to U.S. citizenship is often a memorable, solemn and joyful process which creates certainty and stability, and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.