Citizenship and Naturalization
Experienced Delaware Citizenship and Naturalization Lawyers
Serving Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and New York
For many foreign nationals already living in the U.S., the attainment of citizenship is a goal and even, often, a dream. Yet, despite a relatively clear citizenship processes, many challenges and obstacles threaten to prevent full citizenship and naturalization. Examples of issues that can block citizenship include:
- Permanent Residence Through Employment
- A criminal record that includes a conviction for a minor crime, even a minor one
- Issues with child support
- Issues with taxes
At the Wilmington, Delaware, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, immigration law firm of Hogan & Vandenberg, LLC, we have helped hundreds of individuals achieve citizenship for themselves and their families.
Do you hold a Green Card or are you a permanent U.S. resident seeking to become a full citizen? Call us at our Delaware office at 302-225-2734 or our Pennsylvania address at 610-664-6271 for experienced legal help.
The naturalization process includes many steps, and it is important to be prepared for each one. Your application must be completed without error. You must attend your naturalization interview, address issues and, in the event of a denial, appeal your claim by attempting to prove that the government made a mistake.
Our five-member attorney team can provide experienced and diligent legal help and representation at every step of your naturalization process. Risks include not just a failure to attain citizenship. Intentional or accidental material misrepresentations during the process may result in deportation. If you have lived as legal permanent residents in the U.S. for at least five years and are interested applying for U.S. citizenship, contact our firm for experienced and effective legal help.
If you have questions regarding citizenship and naturalization, contact Hogan & Vandenberg, LLC. We accept credit cards, are available for evening and weekend appointments, charge reasonable and competitive rates, and will credit our small consultation fee back to you if you hire us.
Our attorneys and support staff speak a broad range of languages, including Spanish, French, Korean, Russian, Bosnian, Arabic, Italian, Urdu and Gujarati. To contact us, call at our Delaware office at 302-225-2734 or our Pennsylvania address at 610-664-6271.