How to get a US Citizenship

US, a destination of millions of people from all corner of the world, is one of the most powerful country in the world offer and promises good career opportunities in medicines, science and technology, IT, etc; has wonderful environment to live in, a sense of freedom and much more.

Each country has its own specific and certain requirements to issue a citizenship to immigrants or other people living in the United States for a long time. If you are not born in the states and want to become a US citizen after birth you must know about the rules and regulations; and what documents you might need to apply.

You need to fill the application form properly, but before filling up the form, you must read it carefully and go through every information provided. Normally, you are supposed to apply on Form N-400, which is the first step for naturalization.

You will require having a Green Card or Alien registration card, which is also known as permanent resident card. At the time of submitting the application, you must have it with you if you do not have it or lost it somewhere, and then you can provide a photocopy.

There is an application fee and fee for biometric services for which, you need to pay a money order or check; you can give whatever is convenient for you. You should write your A number on the reverse of your money order or check. You are not supposed to pay the fee through two different checks or money order. You can pay the fee using one check only. The check or money order should be issued in favor of U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

In addition to this, you need to have two latest color photographs along with A number and your name. don’t use a pen, just use a common pencil. Don’t write on the front side. Use the backside of the photo to write your name and number.


Author: S. A. Razmi

The author is a creative writer with deep knowledge of human taste, can add interest and fun in his writing; has been writing for more than 7 years and working as Urdu-English translator and transcriptionist.

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