U.S. residents who have held green cards for five years (or sometimes less) may qualify for citizenship. An applicant must be an adult of good moral character, must have lived principally in the U.S. over a certain time period and must pass English language and American civics exams. However, there are potential stumbling blocks in the naturalization process that may call for an attorney’s advice and assistance.

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