The American citizenship is lasting dream for a great number of people around the globe.
The first necessary step is to become a US permanent resident (green card holder). After that, a resident must stay in the US for at least 5 years. The procedure to become a US citizen known as naturalization, you should first have a green card (Permanent Resident) and after that meet different prerequisites, recorded beneath. There are very few uncommon exemptions in which one goes straight from having no U.S. status to getting U.S. citizenship;
The Eligibility Criteria:
If you are interested in applying for U.S. citizenship, first make sure that all of the following apply to you:
You have lived in the United States as a legitimate permanent resident for no less than five years (with special cases for refugees, individuals who get their green card through asylum, spouses of U.S. citizens, and U.S. military work force)
You have been physically present in the United States and have not had any absences for more than 180 days.
You have lived in the locale or state where you are filling your application for no less than three months.
You must be able to read, write, and speak simple English. There are some exceptions for some older and long-time residents, and for some disabled permanent residents.