Naturalization to US Citizen
North Carolina Immigration Practice and Naturalization to U.S. Citizenship
The Goulder Immigration Law Firm works with clients to help them understand the green card or permanent residence process and obtaining U.S. naturalization and citizenship. Immigration attorney Gerald Goulder wants his clients to understand how their case processes, how the decisions are made and what they should know regarding their rights and privileges after obtaining green card or lawful permanent resident status and U.S. citizenship in North Carolina as well as every other state. The United States is known for its diverse population, constitutionally guaranteed freedoms and democratic values in part developed by our rich background and history of immigration. The Goulder Immigration Law Firm is honored to assist foreign nationals as well as U.S. citizens and businesses in the immigration and visa process.
After obtaining lawful permanent resident status many clients want to become U.S. citizens. Naturalization enables permanent residents to become U.S. citizens. Foreign nationals who have been granted permanent residence or green cards, are of good moral character, have a basic knowledge of U.S. history and civics and take an oath of loyalty to the Constitution, are eligible for naturalization or citizenship, and the unique rights and privileges guaranteed to all citizens by the U.S. Constitution.
Immigration law determines the eligibility for naturalization to U.S. citizen. One must reside in the United States for a continuous period, be able to read and write basic English, have an basic understanding of U.S. laws and history, establish good moral character, and possess a desire to live in the United States and support our Constitution. Millions of immigrant foreign nationals apply for citizenship every year.
Because the immigration laws are complex and confusing naturalization attorneys stress the need for prospective U.S. Citizens to have the benefit and guidance of experienced immigration counsel.
Our North Carolina immigration lawyers guide clients in applying and interviewing for citizenship.