Debunking 3 Myths About US Citizenship and Immigration Services


Millions of people have the desire to become citizens of the United States but never consider working with the department of US citizenship and immigration services. A lack of proper understanding can keep you and your family from becoming citizens, so it is important to educate yourself about the various myths of becoming a U.S. citizen.

The Process Is Expensive

The cost of filing your application for citizenship may seem shocking but think of it as more of an investment to show you are sincere. In addition, the filing fee is a great deal less than paying every 10 years to renew your green card.

Invest in your future upfront and you will understand that the process is not really that expensive.

The Tests Are Difficult

US citizenship and immigration services will require a few tests to ensure you are ready to become a permanent citizen of the United States. Unfortunately, these tests can be frightening to some individuals, especially those who do not speak English well. However, the tests do not have to be overwhelming since you will have a good amount of time to prepare.

There are many free resources available that can help you understand your English language and civics tests. Most people will pass the citizenship tests on their first try, but you will be able to take the test again if necessary.

The Process Is Not Worth It

In many cases, applicants are already living as a permanent resident of the United States. This allows them to live and work in the United States legally. Unfortunately, being a permanent resident does not offer the same benefits as being an actual citizen. Putting in the effort to become a citizen of the United States may actually be worth the process for you and your family.

If you invest the time and energy into receiving your citizenship, you can rest easy in knowing you will not be deported or lose your status as a citizen. You will be able to vote in elections and travel in and out of the United States without any serious complications. Lastly, your family will be given priority if they decide to immigrate to America.

Considering these enormous benefits, investing in becoming a citizen is definitely worth the process.

For more information on US citizenship and immigration services, contact The Law Offices of Nathan Christensen PC in the Dallas, Texas area at (972) 497-1017.

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