Yes. The immigration regulations do not require you to use the services of an attorney.
No. You apply for a U.S. passport with the U.S. Department of State using the certificate of naturalization issued by the USCIS.
You can present either a valid U.S. or a certificate of naturalization.
You are not required to reapply. However, you must file an application to replace the lost certificate of naturalization.
No. Assuming that the application for naturalization (U.S. citizenship) is approved, you must then publicly swear allegiance to the U.S. and renounce allegiance to other sovereigns. Upon taking the oath of allegiance the USCIS will issue you a certificate of naturalization (U.S. citizenship) and you will then relinquish your resident card.
Yes. However, you will be required to submit a new application and filing fee.
You will retain your conditional or permanent residence status and, depending on the reason for denial, you can request a hearing before a USCIS officer.
You will be rescheduled for a second interview and provided another opportunity to pass the test of U.S. government and history.
At the interview, the USCIS officer will verify that all biographic information in the application is current and that the required documentation has been provided. Second, the USCIS officer will confirm that you are a person of good moral character. Third, the USCIS officer will test your knowledge of U.S. government and history and English…. Read More