Naturalization is a process through which immigrants become citizens of the United States.
Generally, applicants, who are at least 18 years old, and have been residing in the United States
as permanent residents for the past 5 years (3 years if the applicant is currently married and
living with a U.S. citizen) without leaving the United States for a trip of 6 months or longer
satisfy the requirements for continues residence and physical presence. Applicants must also
meet other requirements for naturalization including being a person of “good moral character”
for the requisite 5 or 3 years, possessing elementary level of reading, writing and understudying
of the English language and knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of the history and
government of the United States. Contact Law Offices of Paul Marinov if you have reached the
final step of your immigration journey and you are considering pursuing United States
citizenship through naturalization.