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Hurdles in Naturlization Requirements

Posted by Prashant Dubey | Dec 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

On December 13, 2019, USCIS expanded its standards regarding unlawful acts that may prevent an applicant from meeting the good moral character requirement for becoming a naturalized U.S. Citizen. The commission, conviction, or imprisonment for an unlawful act, during the statutory period for naturalization, may render an applicant ineligible for naturalization should there be an adverse determination on good moral character. 

If you or a family member is applying for naturalization, reach out to the Dubey Law Office, PLLC to thoroughly assess the facts of your case and ensure you meet all the requirements for naturalization, including the good moral character requirement.

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Prashant Dubey

Attorney Profile Mr. Prashant Rajendra Dubey is an attorney offering legal services in Business & Tax, Crowdfunding & Cryptocurrency, Cannabis, and Immigration law matters.  His family is settled in Richmond, VA, while he maintains his residence and law practice in Washington, D.C.   Areas of P...

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