Becoming a U.S. citizen is the dream of many people across the world. American citizens enjoy significant benefits related to voting, travel, and the ability to petition for family members. The U.S. government is committed to protecting you when you travel and you can reenter the U.S. easily after long absences.
Once you are a permanent resident, you can apply to naturalize within five years or within three years if you are married to a U.S. citizen.Get Guide on How to Become a US Citizen
- Benefits of Naturalizing
- Naturalization Interview
- Removal of Conditions + Naturalization
- Preparing for Naturalization Tests
- Good Moral Character
- The Oath Ceremony
- How Can I Take a Modified Oath or Receive a Waiver for the Oath of Allegiance?
- Dual Citizenship
- Why Do Some People Have to Wait Four Years and a Day to Naturalize?
- Who Qualifies for an Exception to the two Standard Citizenship Tests?
- When I Apply to Naturalize Are there Any Risks to My Green Card?
- What is the Physical Presence Requirement for Naturalization?
- What is the Medical Disability Exception to the Citizenship Test for English and Civics?
- What Happens if I don't Pass the English or Civics Portion of the Citizenship Test?
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What is naturalization?
Who is eligible to naturalize?
What's the difference between 3 and 5 year eligibility?
What is "good moral character?"
What documents am I required to submit?
How do I prove my marriage is genuine?
What happens at the naturalization interview?
What happens after the interview and test?
What if my citizenship application is denied?
How can I prepare the strongest naturalization case possible?
What are the rights and responsibilities of a U.S. citizen?