“After a U.S. Senator could not help us get out of our country, someone told our friend in Port Townsend to contact Seifert Law Offices to help. The office immediately started my case. In less than a month the paper work was done and we were out of Guinea by January 2001. Had we not obtained the visas and stayed in Guinea we would not be alive to tell this story. Thank God we are now in the States, united with our daughter, sound and safe and thank God for Seifert Law Offices.”
Achieving U.S. citizenship is the final step for most immigrants in the U.S. There are a variety of ways for immigrants to become citizens. Naturalization is the process of applying on form N-400 and taking a test on civics, history and spoken and written English.
Other than naturalization, our office helps people determine if they are already citizens of the U.S. without knowing it. It is possible to be a U.S. citizen by derivation due to ties to parents or even grandparents who were U.S. citizens. Discovering this is exciting. We research the best method to achieve citizenship based on each individual’s situation.