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Becoming U.S. citizen can be complex process

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The US mostly features immigrants or the descendants of past immigrants, with new citizens having always played an essential role. However, some relatively strict procedures are in place for permanent residents to get the citizenship they desire via naturalization. A few tips may help an immigrant in Maryland finally achieve his or her goal of becoming a U.S. citizen.

People who have lived in the US as legal permanent residents for a long-enough period are typically eligible for the naturalization process, which will enable them to become citizens of the US. However, several mistakes may cause immigration services to deny a person's naturalization application. These include getting a green card in an illegitimate fashion or even making false claims about being in the U.S.

Other reasons the government may deny a naturalization application is if an immigrant is planning to leave the nation for long amounts of time. Sometimes immigrants do not learn about the nation's government and history, thus making them ineligible for naturalization. At other times, an immigrant cannot become a citizen due to having a subpar moral character, not taking care of his or her children, or not paying taxes.

For a person in Maryland who is interested in becoming a U.S. citizen, it is essential that he or she work with legal counsel to clarify his or her record. The individual also needs to document why he or she should receive approval for naturalization and then make his or her case to the right authorities. Proper legal guidance may ultimately help the person experience the benefits of U.S. citizenship firsthand.

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