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Hardworking Citizenship Lawyers
in Nogales, Arizona

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If your goal is to become a citizen of the United States, you could benefit from the guidance of experienced legal counsel. There are steps you need to take to secure citizenship, and it can take years to make this dream become a reality. 


Unfortunately, not everyone that seeks citizenship is able to succeed in this process. There are pitfalls that can trip you up along the way, even if you are already a lawful permanent resident. For example, if you spend too much time out of the country as a permanent resident during the naturalization process, you could have your request for citizenship denied.


It is important to comply with immigration laws throughout this process, as the stakes are high. U.S. citizens enjoy an array of rights, including the right to vote or travel freely in and out of the country. 


If you have loved one outside of the U.S., becoming a citizen could provide them with the best possible avenue to immigrate into this country. The immediate family of U.S. citizens often has a clearer path to immigrate compared to those related to lawful permanent residents. 


The Nogales citizenship lawyers from our firm are ready to help you with every aspect of the naturalization process. Contact Diamondback Legal right away to discuss your options.

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Start your case today.

Whether you need representation for an Immigration or Family Law matter our assertive-yet-compassionate Phoenix Attorneys can help. At Diamondback Legal, we take pride in our dedication to each of our clients. We are available to take your calls 24/7, and we will even travel to you if necessary. Regardless of your legal matter, chances are it is stressful and leaving you with many unanswered questions. Know that you do not have to go through any legal process alone.

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