Do you want to stop worrying about renewing your "green card" every ten years?
Do you want to help a member of your family immigrate to the United States?
Do you want to vote in the next elections?
Do you want to spend long periods of time outside the U.S or move to another country?
Then you should become a citizen. U.S. citizenship is the last step in your immigration journey. As a citizen you will have all the rights and privileges as a U.S. born citizen except that you will not be able to be president of the country.
You can apply to become a citizen if:
1)you have been a resident for the required period of time (usually five years although there are exceptions);
2) you have lived at least half of that time in the U.S.;
3) you have good moral character;
4) you read and write English; and
5) you have basic knowledge of U.S. history and government.
You should first consult with an experienced immigration attorney before filing for natural…