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The Application for Naturalization (Form N-400) is the form to apply to become a citizen of the United States . The USCIS charges a filing fee of $640, unless an additional $85 biometric fee must also be paid, bringing the total amount charged by the USCIS to $725.
Mistakes That Could Get Your N-400 Petition Denied
Thousands of applications are denied by the USCIS every single year, and these denials are often due to simple errors that could have been avoided by the applicant, or even due to errors committed by immigration officials.
An attorney may be able to help you avoid common reasons for denial, such as:
- A criminal record
- Unpaid taxes
- Poor quality photocopies
- Failure to register for the Selective Service (applies to male applicants)
- Failure to renew a green card before it expires
- Lying on your application or during your interview (if uncovered, citizenship can be taken away)
- The USCIS lost documents or missed facts clearly stated in your application
Whatever the source of a mistake, an experienced immigration attorney can help you take the right steps to re-submit Form N-400 or to appeal the denial. Better yet, an attorney can help you from the very start of this legal process, helping you to get your Form N-400 accepted the first time around.
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