Proving Citizenship of Children
If you were recently appointed citizenship, you may also need to prove the citizenship of your children. The dedicated and compassionate attorneys at The Scheer Immigration Law Group are here to help you in your time of need. We are well-experienced in proving citizenship of children and will fight tirelessly to protect you and your family’s basic human rights. Contact our office today to consult with our Jersey City immigration attorneys
Proving Citizenship of Children | Requirements
A common question we receive is what can be done to prove that any children of an immigrant recently appointed U.S. citizenship are also citizens. In order to prove this, you will need the N-600 form to apply for a certificate of citizenship. You will also need to supply a copy of your naturalization document in order to prove that the child is either biologically yours or legally adopted. Stepchildren are not eligible to acquire citizenship.
Proving Citizenship of Children | Being Sponsored by a Stepparent
We are often asked if a stepfather can be a sponsor on a Green Card application. You are able to be sponsored by a stepparent as long your biological parent was married before you turned 18. If you are living abroad, you can file the I-130 Visa Petition and interview at the U.S. Embassy. If you are over the age of 21, this process can take a bit longer to complete.
Are you or a loved one looking to reside or become a citizen of the United States? To make this an easy process you will need a knowledgeable attorney, Susan Scheer and her team of New Jersey Immigration Attorneys in Morristown have over 25 years of experience handling thousands of cases just like yours.