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Citizenship Eligibility Assessment

  • Unsure if you qualify for US citizenship? Our eligibility assessment can help you determine your eligibility based on your immigration status, residency history, and other factors.

  • Naturalization Test Preparation: Preparing for the naturalization test can be intimidating, but with our study materials and guidance, you can feel confident and well-prepared on test day.

  • Representation and Advocacy: From filling out forms to gathering supporting documents, our team can assist you with every aspect of the citizenship application process, ensuring accuracy and completeness to avoid delays or complications. Also, we will represent you to encounter challenges or complications during the citizenship process, advocating for your rights and interests every step of the way.

Our Mission

Our mission to empower and represent individuals on their journey to US citizenship. We understand that the path to citizenship can be complex and daunting, filled with legal requirements, paperwork, and deadlines. That’s why we’re here to provide expert guidance, support, and resources to ensure that you navigate the process successfully and confidently.

Comprehensive Resources

Navigating the citizenship process requires access to accurate information and resources. On our website, you’ll find a wealth of resources designed to demystify the citizenship process and answer your questions. From eligibility requirements and application procedures to study materials for the naturalization test, we’ve got you covered every step of the way.

Direct Guidance in Citizenship and Naturalization

Discover everything you need to know about citizenship and naturalization with our comprehensive legal services. Our dedicated team of citizenship and naturalization attorneys is committed to guiding you through the complex process of achieving U.S. citizenship. Whether you're applying for citizenship or need assistance with naturalization requirements, our experts are here to help. At Global Partners Law Firm, we prioritize your citizenship and naturalization goals, offering personalized support from start to finish. Contact our citizenship and naturalization lawyers today to begin your journey towards becoming a U.S. citizen.


    Citizenship offers numerous benefits along with significant responsibilities. By applying, you demonstrate your commitment to this country and its democratic values:

    Only citizens can vote in federal elections. Most states also restrict the right to vote, in most elections, to U.S. citizens.

    Serve on a Jury
    Only U.S. citizens can serve on a federal jury. Most states also restrict jury service to U.S. citizens. Serving on a jury is an important responsibility for U.S. citizens.

    Travel with a U.S. Passport
    A U.S. passport enables you to get assistance from the U.S. government when overseas, if necessary.

    Bring family members to the U.S. 
    U.S. citizens generally get priority when petitioning to bring family members permanently to this country.

    Obtain citizenship for children under 18 years of age. 
    In most cases, a child born abroad to a U.S. citizen is automatically a U.S. citizen.


    Apply for Federal Jobs
    Certain jobs with government agencies require U.S. citizenship.


    Become an Elected Official
    Only citizens can run for federal office (U.S. Senate or House of Representatives) and for most state and local offices.

    Keep your Residency
    A U.S. citizen’s right to remain in the United States cannot be taken away.


    Become eligible for Federal Grants and Scholarships
    Many financial aid grants, including college scholarships and funds given by the government for specific purposes, are available only to U.S. citizens.


    Obtain Government Benefits
    Some government benefits are available only to U.S. citizens.


    During your naturalization interview, a USCIS officer will ask you questions about your application and background. Unless you qualify for an exemption, you will also take a naturalization test which is made up of two components, an English and civics test.

    • During the English test, you must demonstrate an understanding of the English language including the ability to read, write, and speak basic English.

    • During the civics test, you will answer important questions about American government and history.

    English Test



    Your ability to speak and understand English will be determined by a USCIS officer during your eligibility interview on Form N-400, Application for Naturalization.


    You must read aloud one out of three sentences correctly to demonstrate an ability to read in English. The Reading Test Vocabulary List will help you study for the English reading portion of the naturalization test. The content focuses on civics and history topics.



    You must write one out of three sentences correctly to demonstrate an ability to write in English. The Writing Test Vocabulary List will help you study for the English writing portion of the naturalization test. The content focuses on civics and history topics.

    Civics Test

    2008 Version
    The 2008 version of the civics test is an oral test, and the USCIS officer will ask you up to 10 questions from the list of 100 civics test questions. You must answer 6 questions correctly to pass the 2008 version of the civics test.

    • Applicants who filed their Form N-400 before December 1, 2020, will continue to take the 2008 civics test at initial exam, re-exam, or N-336 hearing.

    • Applicants who file their Form N-400 on or after March 1, 2021 will also take the 2008 civics test at initial exam, re-exam, or N-336 hearing.


    You will be given two attempts to take the English and civics tests and to answer all questions relating to your naturalization application in English. If you fail any of the tests at your initial interview, you will be retested on the portion of the test that you failed (English or civics) between 60 and 90 days from the date of your initial interview. 


Becoming a U.S. citizen is crucial as it provides access to full legal rights, increased opportunities, and the ability to be fully protected.

Contact Us

Our clients can easily schedule a virtual or physical consultation from anywhere in the world. Whether you prefer to meet in person or connect online, we are here to accommodate your needs and provide expert legal guidance, no matter your location.

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