When I get a call about a green card renewal, I often ask the client why not just go for full citizenship? Believe it or not, many people simply are not interested in becoming a citizen. Many will tell you that they don't mind coming back every 10 years and renewing their green card, but there are a lot of good reasons why it's better to go ahead and file that N-400 and become a citizen. Below I have listed some of the best reason to ditch your green card and become a citizen:
One thing to remember before you run out and file your N-400 Citizenship Application though, always check with an experienced immigration lawyer like Cardinal Immigration, a West Virginia immigration law firm. There are numerous steps that must be met before one can be eligible for citizenship. Nevertheless, if you qualify, I strongly recommend skipping the renewal process and getting your US Citizenship and all of the benefits and rights that go along with it.
Seth Gaskins is a West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky immigration lawyer and founder of Cardinal Immigration, an immigration law firm providing legal services in West Virginia and throughout Appalachia and other underserved areas. Seth believes that immigrants in these areas are underserved and strives to provide these individuals with exceptional legal services that otherwise would require travel to big cities and large fees.
Seth S. Gaskins, Esq. is a Divorce and Immigration Attorney in West Virginia.