Citizenship Lawyers in Cincinnati
Helping Those in the Greater Cincinnati Region
For many immigrants, U.S. citizenship is the end goal. It comes with substantial
benefits, but the road can be long and arduous—especially if you
are navigating it on your own. At
The Fleischer Law Firm LLC, our job is to make this process as efficient and painless as possible.
Since 1973, we have guided people from all around the world through a wide
variety of immigration processes. The
U.S. immigration system is full of uncertainties and legal hurdles, which is why you need our
exemplary level of support, compassion, and knowledgeable advocacy.
You can count on
our attorneys to stand by your side every step of the way, directly involved in your
case from start to finish.
Our Cincinnati citizenship attorneys are ready to help. Give us a call at
(513) 880-9969 or
contact us online to get started with a free consultation*. We provide services in English
What Is Naturalization?
Naturalization is the legal process of becoming a citizen if you don’t
have a birthright claim to citizenship.
The naturalization process involves filing an application (Form N-400),
attending a biometrics appointment, attending an interview with a USCIS
officer, and taking an oath of allegiance to the United States at a naturalization ceremony.
How To Determine Citizenship Eligibility
You may be eligible for citizenship if:
- You are 18 years or older (unless one of your parents is a U.S. citizen);
You are a
lawful permanent resident (green card holder);
- You have continuously resided as a lawful permanent resident for the 5
years prior to filing Form N-400 (or 3 years if you are married to a U.S. citizen);
- You have been physically present in the U.S. for at least half of that period;
- For the last 3 months, you have lived in the USCIS district where you are
applying for naturalization
- You have demonstrated good moral character in the years leading up to your
- During your naturalization interview, you can demonstrate basic knowledge
of U.S. civics and proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English
(unless you are exempt due to a disability or a certain number of years
of residence in the U.S.)
How The Fleischer Law Firm LLC Can Help
At The Fleischer Law Firm LLC, we can help you assess your eligibility
before applying. We can also help you submit a compelling application
backed by substantial evidence, which is what you will need to complete
this process without any issues or delays. Finally, we can help you prepare
for (and even accompany you to) your naturalization interview.
Reach out to our team at
(513) 880-9969 or
contact us online to get started with a free consultation!*
*Given the volume of inquiries the Firm receives, the Firm cannot guaranty
it will consult with every possible client or evaluate every potential
client’s matter. Moreover, a case evaluation or case consultation
does not mean the Firm will provide a potential client with actual legal
advice on a matter and does not create an attorney-client relationship.
A free consultation or free evaluation is intended to enable the Firm
to understand the nature of a potential client’s matter and to inform
the potential client if the Firm will consider representing the potential
client in connection with the matter. Before the Firm can provide legal
advice to any person or entity, and before an attorney-client relationship
is formed, the Firm must have a signed fee agreement with a client setting
forth the Firm’s scope of representation and the fees that will