An application for citizenship can be denied for many reasons including: extended trips outside the United States during the last five years; tax problems with the I.R.S.; failure to register with Selective Service; failure to pay child support, traffic tickets, or other debts, etc. The government also completes a thorough review of the original application package for permanent residence at the time that the naturalization interview is held. The actual permanent residence application package is requested from the archives and is on the officer's desk at the time that the permanent resident is interviewed for citizenship. Any inconsistencies between the permanent residence application package and the N-400 or N-600 citizenship application package can result in the applicant being placed in deportation proceedings for failing to provide truthful information to the government.
The Law Offices of Robert Vivona have successfully represented applicants for U.S. citizenship for over fourteen years. Most cases can be handled for a flat fee of $900 plus governement filing fees. The client can expect personal service and direct contact with the attorney throughout the naturaliation process. The attorney will prepare the complete application package and will also represent the client during questioning by immigration officers at the mandatory immigration interview. If you would like to speak with the attorney about your concerns regarding the application process for U.S. citizenship, please click on the Schedule a Consultation