Citizenship for Chinese Client
Client: A Lady from San Diego, California
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: N-400 Application for Naturalization (Application to File for Citizenship)
BACKGROUND: Our client filed her initial application for citizenship in December of 2005. She passed the U.S. history test and all other tests at the interview. The U.S.C.I.S (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, a branch of the Department of Homeland Security, responsible for distributing immigration benefits, including status and citizenship, to eligible individuals) asked for more documents and our client sent to the office all the files the officials requested. However, she received no more notices. Eager to take her oath and become a U.S. citizen, she retained us to resolve the matter.
Date of Initial Application: December 20, 2005
Date of Our Letter to U.S.C.I.S.: January, 2008
Date of Oath Ceremony: July 23, 2008
ABOUT HALF A YEAR AFTER WE CONTACTED THE U.S.C.I.S., our client’s case was picked up again for oath ceremony. She is now a U.S. citizen, entitled to many protections, and free from immigration issues.
CHALLENGE: Immigration system is a large machine of many parts. Unfortunately, sometimes through no particular person’s fault, simple or even approved cases were inadvertently ignored due to sheer volume of applications to review. In this case, do not hesitate to call a trust worthy immigration attorney. Cleveland immigration lawyer is ready to be at your service.
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