Naturalization Vs. Citizenship: Everything You Need To Know
For over 40 years, David F. Vedder, P.A., has helped clients throughout the United States understand the naturalization and citizenship process. Based in Florida, we can explain the complex legal system in words you can understand. These decisions are ultimately yours. It is our job to provide you with the information you need and help you move forward.
What Is The Difference?
One member of our team, David F. Vedder, is board certified in immigration and nationality law. This unique distinction means he knows the intricacies of these complicated matters. Use this knowledge to your advantage when making important choices. We sit down with you in order to understand your concerns and discuss potential solutions. When it comes to citizenship, there are two ways to obtain it: naturalization and acquisition.
Naturalization is best for someone who already holds a green card. Other requirements include obtaining residency for a certain amount of time and being able to read and write in English. You also must attend an interview and take a civics test. Acquisition is for those whose parents are U.S. citizens, but they are not. This is most common in adoption cases, and it has to be done before the child is 18.
For Answers To Your Questions, Call Today
Many people are not sure what path to take for citizenship, and it can become confusing quite quickly. Our team keeps you up to date as changes develop and helps you prepare the necessary documents. To schedule a consultation, call our office in Daytona Beach at 386-675-0872 today. You can also fill out our online contact form. We speak English, Spanish and Chinese. It does not matter where in the world you live. We are here for you.