Working To Make Dreams Of U.S. Citizenship A Reality
American citizenship is the goal of many people throughout Northern California and across the country, but some people face challenges in achieving that dream. A prior criminal conviction, even for a minor offense years ago, can prevent a person from obtaining U.S. citizenship. An irregularity in a person’s visa history or attempted immigration fraud can also present a serious obstacle to obtaining citizenship or legal residency.
The good news is that with the help of an experienced citizenship and naturalization attorney, many people with visa or immigration problems can achieve their goal of U.S. citizenship. Contact our California law firm for guidance with all of your naturalization concerns.
US Citizenship And Naturalization Guidance From Respected Attorneys
At Bean, Lloyd, Mukherji, & Taylor, LLP, in Oakland, California, we help clients become citizens of the United States. Our attorneys have helped numerous clients overcome serious obstacles standing in the way of citizenship or legal status, including clients who have prior criminal convictions or removal orders.
We also screen our clients for defects in how they acquired their residency to avoid falling into a trap at the naturalization stage, which could lead to being placed in removal proceedings. We take our responsibility of getting to know our clients’ cases in depth.
At Your Side Through The Entire Process
Our firm can provide a consultation about your situation and assess your prospects for obtaining citizenship. We can:
- Identify potential obstacles to U.S. citizenship
- Recommend actions you can take to improve your chances of approval
- Educate you about the naturalization process
- Help you prepare your application
- Coach you for the citizenship test
- Assess whether you are already a U.S. citizen and how to prove it
If you are currently face a criminal charge, and are not yet a U.S. citizen, it is essential that you obtain the advice of a knowledgeable citizenship and naturalization lawyer. The way you address this charge can greatly affect your immigration status and your prospects for obtaining U.S. citizenship. Even if you have been convicted, there may be an opportunity to set aside the conviction or obtain a reduction to a lesser charge that can improve your chances.
Consult With Proven Citizenship Lawyers Today
The attorneys at Bean, Lloyd, Mukherji, & Taylor, LLP can evaluate your situation and provide guidance in this area. We can also refer you to capable criminal defense counsel who can represent you. At our firm, we receive great professional and personal satisfaction in helping our clients achieve U.S. citizenship. Let us help you.