U.S. Citizenship Application Guide

Add Items to Cart

Download Now


Quick Overview

United States Citizenship
United States citizenship is one of the greatest privileges anyone could ever have. It is the highest and most valuable immigration status in world. United States citizens can live and work permanently in the United States. U.S. citizenship allows the holder to sponsor family members for Green Cards (permanent residence). There many order benefits, including the right to extensive support and assistance by American Embassies and Consulates abroad, be able to run for public office, vote in elections and get financial aid from the states and from the federal government.

Citizenship Application
The United States Citizenship Application Guide was developed to help foreign nationals apply for U.S. citizenship. It contains application instructions, procedures and all the required application forms necessary to complete the application without the assistance of an immigration attorney.
Overview of Contents
  • Overview of the Citizenship application process
  • Application Procedures U.S. Citizenship application
  • Citizenship Benefits and Limitation
  • Citizenship Eligibility Information
  • Citizenship Filing Fees
  • List of required documents to apply for U.S. Citizenship
  • Information on Citizenship Waivers and Exceptions
  • Citizenship Photo Instructions
  • Citizenship Test Information
  • Citizenship Test Questions and Answers
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • List of USCIS Offices in the United States
  • List of U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad
  • All required immigration forms are included

Product Description

Benefits of United States Citizenship:
  • Only United States citizens can obtain a U.S. passport.
  • U.S. citizens can reside abroad for longer periods of time, while Green Card holders may have their permanent resident status revoked.
  • Green cards must be renewed every 10 years for a fee, while citizenship once obtained does not expire or need to be renewed.
  • Many countries have waived visa requirements for U.S. passport holders, while Green Card holders with native passports may have to apply for visas in advance.
  • U.S. citizens are eligible to receive additional services and assistance from U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad.
  • U.S. citizens do not have to carry proof of citizenship, while green card holders must always be able to proof their legal status in the United States by carrying a valid Green Card. ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) has detained permanent residents who did not have their green cards with them.
  • U.S. citizens have the right to vote in the United States.
  • The right to sponsor relatives and family members so they can immigrate to the United States.
  • United States citizens cannot be deported, while green card holders may be deported in certain cases, such as being convicted of a crime.
  • The right to run for public office.
How to Apply for United States Citizenship:
Download the Citizenship Application guide and submit your application following the instructions provided.