Immigration Attorney, Revathi R. Truong, is a living example of the opportunities immigration gives to families. Revathi’s parents immigrated to the US over 40 years ago to provide a better life for themselves and their family, which is why Revathi is so passionate about helping others become U.S. citizens, too. One becomes a United States citizen in one of 3 ways: birthright, derivation, and naturalization. Applying for citizenship can be tricky and confusing. Allow our office to help you become a U.S. citizen!
Benefits of Citizenship
The emotional element of being free to live out your American Dream.
Once you become a citizen, you will have the right to vote. You will be able to use your voice and your vote to shape the future of the Republic.
Many federal scholarships and loans are available for U.S. citizens only, opening up more educational opportunities to you.
You can now apply and be hired for federal employment.
As a U.S. citizen, your relatives will be given preferential treatment over Legal Permanent Residents when it comes time to petition for their immigration. This can speed up the process by years over the family members of Legal Permanent Residents.
As a U.S. citizen you will be able to obtain a U.S. passport. A U.S. passport will allow you to travel to many countries without needing a visa, and to re-enter the United States without hassel.
Avoid the Notarios!
Please, take extreme care when looking for help with naturalization. There are many people who refer to themselves as notarios, immigration consultants or notaries public, who will tell you they can help you become a U.S. citizen. This is untrue; they cannot represent you in the immigration process and can ruin your chance of becoming a United States citizen.
Your dream. Our purpose.
Revathi R. Truong can help you navigate the often-confusing rules involved in gaining U.S. citizenship. Revathi and her legal assistant, Ada Buenrostro are passionate about assisting anyone who wishes to immigrate to the United States. Ms. Buenrostro is fluent in Spanish, and helps with communication between our Spanish speaking clients and the firm. We encourage you to contact our office today for more information on applying for U.S. citizenship.