U.S. Citizenship, N-400, and Naturalization Resource Center

Your resource center for all things related to U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization. Here is what you can do on this page:

  • See articles about how to become a US Citizen.
  • Check your eligibility for if you are able to apply for naturalization today.
  • Start an N-400 Application using Road to Status’ software.
  • Be taken directly to USCIS webpages regarding US citizenship.

U.S. Citizenship News & Knowledge Base

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The Difference Between USCIS Forms N-400 & N-600

Are you a green card holder eligible for and interested in applying for US Citizenship? If you answered yes, then you may use USCIS form N-400…

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How to Apply for U.S. Citizenship Online

Are you looking to apply for Naturalization to become a U.S. Citizen online? For years, we were only able to “go the old fashioned route” by printing the forms out, filling…

How long to become a US Citizen

How Long Does It Take to Become a U.S. Citizen?

When you Google this question “How long does it take to become a U.S. Citizen?,” you will see a large, bold answer of ‘approximately 6 months’. However, the true answer is…

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How to Apply for U.S. Citizenship

Do you want to apply for U.S. citizenship? If you do, you will need to complete USCIS form N-400, the Application for Naturalization. Naturalization is the process to becoming a U.S…


NOTICE: USCIS is Increasing Immigration Application Fees. Here’s What You Need To Know

For the first time in six years, USCIS is increasing filing fees for immigration and naturalization applications. USCIS reviews filing fees every two years and…

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Know the U.S. Citizenship Eligibility Requirements Before Applying

Thinking about becoming a U.S. Citizen? Let us help you determine if you are eligible! Applying for U.S. Citizenship is In order to become a U.S. Citizen, you must: Be at least…

Benefits of U.S. Citizenship

Being able to vote in a federal election

Being able to run for and be elected into public office

Receiving priority in petitioning to bring family members to the U.S.

Being eligible for jobs with government agencies

U.S. Citizenship & Naturalization FAQ and Other Resources


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