Obtaining citizenship is a long journey, but one that will ultimately reward you with permanent residence in the U.S., the right to vote, and protection from deportation.
While a green card can allow you indefinite residence in the country, it does not protect you from deportation after an arrest, nor will it help you expedite residency requests for extended family members. At the law firm of Galmor, Stovall & Gilthorpe, PLLC, our immigration lawyers in Beaumont and Southeast Texas will help you understand how the system works and guide you through each step in the process to becoming a United States citizen.
General Naturalization Requirements
In certain instances, where the applicant establishes that he or she is opposed to any type of service in armed forces based on religious teaching or belief, INS will permit these applicants to take a modified oath.