Citizenship and Naturalization

Citizenship and Naturalization


There are two ways for a person to become a U.S. Citizen:

General Requirements for Naturalization

(a) Continuous Residence- for most residents continuous residence for a period of five years is required. Note: Residence is defined as one’s principal actual dwelling place, without regard to intent. See INA§101(a)(33).


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Michelangelo Croce

Michelangelo grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and obtained a Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, with a double major in Criminology and Spanish.

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