Citizenship Request

N 400

For green card holders who seek to apply for the US citizenship.

Form N 400 is used to apply for US citizenship through the naturalization process. Lawful permanent residents (also known as green card holders) of the United States, who meet the eligibility requirements, can file the form to request citizenship. In the United States, 8.8 million Lawful Permanent Residents are eligible to naturalize.

We know that the citizenship request journey can be tricky, but we are here to help you understand and have control throughout the entire process.

Becoming an American citizen gives the same rights and privileges of citizenship as natural born American citizens, except one : naturalized U.S. citizens are not eligible for the Office of the President of the United States.

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Frequently asked questions:

The N-400 form is the application for naturalization in the United States. To be eligible for naturalization, an applicant must have been a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) for at least 5 years (or 3 years if married to a US citizen), be at least 18 years old, demonstrate continuous residency in the US, pass an English language and civics test, and be of good moral character.

When submitting an N-400 application for naturalization, applicants must provide documentation to prove their eligibility, such as their green card, tax returns, and evidence of continuous residency. They must also provide proof of their ability to read, write, and speak English, as well as their knowledge of US history and government. In some cases, additional documentation may be required, such as a criminal background check or evidence of military service.

The naturalization process can vary in length, but on average takes about 6-12 months from the time the N-400 application is submitted to the time the applicant takes the Oath of Allegiance and becomes a US citizen. After the application is submitted, the applicant will be scheduled for biometric screening and an interview with an immigration officer. If approved, they will then be scheduled for a ceremony to take the Oath of Allegiance and receive their Certificate of Naturalization.