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Choose an immigration lawyer who will dedicate themselves to resolving your case in a timely fashion. Many immigration cases can take months or years to be resolved.

Make sure the Maryland immigration lawyer you choose will be able to inform you about the estimated length of time until conclusion of the case.

Discuss your expectations with the MD immigration lawyer to make sure they are realistic.

Discuss the lawyer's fees and billing practices at length. Immigration matters can be expensive. Most Maryland immigration lawyers will make a payment arrangement regarding fees.

Discuss with other legal professionals in Maryland and other members of the immigrant community in Maryland the reputation of the prospective immigration lawyer to help you better gain an understanding of what the immigration lawyer's representation may entail.

Immigration is the process by which foreign citizens come into a country for purposes of establishing a permanent residence.

What is "naturalization"?
Naturalization is the process by which U.S. citizenship is conferred upon a foreign citizen or national after the foreign citizen fulfills the requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

Some of the requirements for naturalization are:

  • a period of continuous residence in the U.S.;
  • an ability to read, write and speak English;
  • knowledge of U.S. history and government;
  • good moral character;
  • favorable disposition to the U.S.

How do children who are adopted internationally become citizens? Children who are adopted internationally can become citizens in two main ways. The easiest way for a child to gain citizenship is for a U.S. citizen to adopt an orphan who automatically becomes eligible to enter the United States as an immediate relative. The second method to gain citizenship for a child is to adopt a child and reside with that child for two years prior to petitioning for the child.

How do I become a lawful permanent resident of the U.S.?
In most cases, an individual must have USCIS approve an immigrant petition which is most often filed by a relative or employer. After the petition is approved, an immigrant visa number is assigned.

After an immigant visa number has been assigned, an individual already in the U.S. can apply to adjust to permanent resident status.

Immigration is very complex and you should always consult with an immigration lawyer prior to initiating the immigration process.

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