Houston Citizenship Lawyer Mana Yegani Helps With Path To Citizenship

Mana Yegani can help you achieve your goals. The path to citizenship (naturalization) is difficult even in the most straightforward of cases. Security threats, both foreign and domestic, have tightened restrictions and forced the U.S. government to put many more challenges in place for anyone seeking U.S. citizenship. Becoming a citizen protects you in so many ways. Apply today!

Retaining an experienced Houston citizenship attorney provides you with many valuable benefits and protections through the process. Ms. Yegani has helped many of her clients become naturalized citizens, even those with criminal records (big and small). She will be present with you in the citizenship interview.

Do not fill out an N400 citizenship application without consulting with an immigration lawyer if you have a criminal record or prior deportation.

Each case is unique, but Ms. Yegani's dedication to your success is unwavering, even if you have had your naturalization application denied in the past. She can reapply for you. Call today.

Speak with Mana Yegani by calling 832-391-8813, or email her to schedule a consultation. Ms. Yegani is fluent in Russian, Farsi & Arabic and offers Spanish and other language services from your initial consultation onward.

The Naturalization Process In Texas

Call Mana Yegani To Check If You Qualify For Citizenship

Your U.S. naturalization/citizenship application (N-400) will go through the Department of Homeland Security. There are still risks involved in this process. You will not be granted full constitutional rights unless you are a naturalized citizen.

If you are a lawful permanent resident (LPR), do not delay. Call to see if you qualify for naturalization.

The benefits of working with a U.S. immigration lawyer throughout the naturalization process include:

  • Ensuring that your rights and freedoms are protected
  • Dedicated and responsive legal guidance
  • Advice and counsel for submitting your application
  • Advice and counsel in preparation for the naturalization test (a test of your knowledge of the English language, the U.S. government and U.S. history)
  • Representation during the naturalization interview
  • Protecting you from denial when you have a criminal record/history

The consequences of a misstep during the interview with a Homeland Security officer or an error on your N-400 application could be worse than denial of your application.

You could be placed in removal proceedings if you do not have a lawyer to guide and represent you in the process. Falsely filling out an N-400 application is a federal crime. Get help from an experienced lawyer.

Immigration is serious business, and the U.S. government is very strict. Ms. Yegani respects the process and helps her clients progress in their desire to attain citizenship as efficiently and effectively as possible.

You may be eligible to obtain citizenship if:

  • You were born in a territory or outlying possession of the U.S.
  • One parent or both parents were U.S. citizens at the time of your birth
  • You are a member of the U.S. armed forces or a veteran who was honorably discharged (some restrictions and further exceptions apply)
  • Your spouse or parent is a member of the U.S. armed forces
  • You have been a lawful permanent resident (held a green card) for at least five years (three years if married to a U.S. citizen)
  • Other exceptions may apply

Speak With Brazoria County Naturalization Attorney Mana Yegani To Better Understand The Citizenship Process

Call Ms. Yegani at 832-391-8813, or contact her by email to understand the application process and how to prepare for the best chances of success. If your application has been denied, call Ms. Yegani now.

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