Over one million people try to immigrate to the United States for the purpose of legally achieving American Citizenship through the U.S. Naturalization Process. On average approximately 2/3rd's of those immigrants are granted American Citizenship each year.
Immigrants who are from Treaty Countries that serve in the U.S. Military are typically granted priority for for U.S. Citizenship. A specific number of years served in the U.S. Military are required to receive this priority. Since the 1960's many immigrants have successfully achieve U.S. Citizenship due to their U.S. Military Service from countries such as the Philippines, Mexico, Canada, Korea, Japan, and many other counties.
When you must address legal issues relating to American Citizenship or other immigration law issues or disputes, we urge you to be proactive in ensuring your legal rights are protected and that you are treated fairly.
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