Nationalization for Guatemalan Minister
Client’s Nationality: Guatemala
Location: A City Near Columbus, Ohio
Case Type: N-400 Application for Naturalization
BACKGROUND: Our client of years was an experienced minister from Guatemala. Due to his need for frequent international travels to care for overseas churches, he was preparing for naturalization. Due to his frequent overseas travel record, we were therefore retained to help our client secure his U.S. citizenship.
Date of Initial Application: February, 7, 2014
Date of Biometrics: April 24, 2014
Date of Oath Ceremony: June 26, 2014
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that he met all criteria as prescribed on form N-400 Application for Naturalization. Our client was a lawful permanent resident for the required amount of time, without felony record and exhibited no other characteristics entitled for denial. Therefore, despite of frequent records of international travel, our client is entitled for the grant of citizenship, by law.
AFTER FOUR MONTHS, our client able to conveniently travel and minister overseas on behalf of his or others’ churches, as much as he needed to.
CHALLENGE: Form N-400, commonly known as Application for Naturalization or Citizenship Application, is tedious. It is especially true, if your record of departure and entry from the border of the United States is long. Should you need legal assistance to acquire citizenship due to your eligibility– Columbus immigration lawyer is ready to be at your service.
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