Did you serve in the U.S. military and wonder if you’re qualified to become a U.S. citizen?
The United States does not require you to be a citizen to serve in the U.S. armed forces. Active military members and former service members who are not United States citizens are entitled to certain benefits in appreciation of their service. Due to their military service, immigrant military service members have special immigration law benefits – including naturalization benefits.
Naturalization is the process where a person voluntarily applies to become a permanent U.S. citizen.
In addition, special immigration benefits for non-citizen military members may also apply to their:
Did you know that many foreign military members are unaware of the benefits they are entitled to or have been denied benefits they earned through their service to our country? Our free guide has an overview of the naturalization benefits non-citizen military members are entitled to and some background information and important facts you’ll want to know about becoming a U.S. citizen.
The information in our free guide will provide you with an overview of the special immigration benefits available for non-citizen military members. Don’t try to navigate the complicated USCIS immigration system alone. A simple mistake or missed deadline can cause your application to be delayed – or denied. Instead, an immigration lawyer who has experience working with military members can answer your questions and help you achieve your American Dream.
When you’re ready to hire an immigration attorney, Mario Godoy and the experienced immigration lawyers at Godoy Law Office. He offers assistance in immigration matters, including naturalization, business- and family-based visas, green cards and deportation defense. If you need help with an immigration issue, please contact our office or call us at 630-912-0322.