Citizenship

United States citizenship offers the maximum rights available in the United States. The benefits of U.S. citizenship are numerous, including the ability to sponsor relatives and family members so they can immigrate to the United States. U.S. citizens can live and work permanently in the United States, and cannot be deported or denied entry into the United States. Citizens have the right to get a U.S. passport, which is advantageous when traveling abroad. U.S. citizens are also eligible to receive additional services and assistance from U.S. Embassies and Consulates.
 
  1. Certificate of Citizenship

    Certificate of Citizenship Application Guide

    The Certificate of Citizenship is a document issued by the US government as proof of U.S. citizenship. Download the Certificate of Citizenship application guide and apply today!
  2. Certificate of Naturalization

    Certificate of Naturalization Application Guide

    The Certificate of U.S. Naturalization is a document issued by United States government as proof of a person having obtained U.S. citizenship through naturalization. Download the Certificate of United States Naturalization application guide and apply toda
  3. U.S. Citizenship Application Guide

    U.S. Citizenship Application Guide

    U.S. Citizens can apply for a U.S. passport, sponsor family members for Green Cards and cannot be deported from the United States. Submit your U.S. citizenship application today!
  4. U.S. Citizenship Test Study Guide

    U.S. Citizenship Test Study Guide

    Prepare for the U.S. Citizenship Test. Download the U.S. Citizenship Test Study Guide for the complete list of questions and answers.
  5. United States Dual Citizenship Information Guide

    United States Dual Citizenship Information Guide

    All applicants for U.S. citizenship should read the United States Dual Citizenship Information Guide before applying. Dual citizenship is a complex issue that comes with many benefits but also responsibilities.