Naturalization and Citizenship law can be very complex. However, nothing is more rewarding than seeing someone acquire US Citizenship or finally have their “US Citizenship” recognized by the US Government.
Our clients are generally people who have attempted to file, but were denied due to improper process, misapplication of the law, or criminal histories. Our office has a lot of experience with current laws and the numerous versions of the law that occurred throughout the 1900s. We have experience with both civilian and military filings. Acquiring US Citizenship around a Military Base oversees is quite common and add “interesting elements” when handling a Citizenship case.
Below are estimates of our fees for naturalization and citizenship. If you do not see exactly what is needed to meet your needs, please contact us.
|Case Type||Attorney Fee||Estimated Processing Fee & associated costs||When would this filing be used by our law firm?|
|N-400||$1275||$620 – $725||The is the process for a Green Card holder to naturalize and become a US Citizen.|
|Electronic N-400||$1875||$725||The Electronic Version of the N-400 is a more thorough and efficient filing for Naturalization. However, this filing is more time intensive for a Law Firm and Client initially, but the end result at a Naturalization Interview is simple and better.
The Electronic Filing is created in the Law Firm’s USCIS Account. Numerous Supporting Documents are scanned and uploaded into the USCIS System. Upon a Client’s approval of the filing, the Filing would be paid by the Law Firm, and submission thereafter would be immediate within the USCIS System. USCIS Confirmation Receipt within 2 business days.
This option is ideal for individuals who like to use the internet and want to have an extremely close connection with their N-400 filing.
|N-600||$1330||$0 – $1170||This filing is the process for people who are US Citizens by “operation of law,” meaning a law says it happened automatically. For this type of filing, “time” matters since the laws changed many times and have many special considerations of the parents of the child.|
|CRBA||$765||$235||Consular Report of Birth Abroad is the providing of US Citizenship to (usually) a newborn child, and where one or both parents are a qualifying US Citizen.|
|DS-11||$1155||$145||Applying for the Department of State to recognize US Citizenship is sometimes an option and may be more ideal than filing with USCIS.|