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Tucson Citizenship Lawyers, AZ

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There are a variety of ways to get citizenship in the United States in order to legally work and live in Tucson, Arizona. For instance, you can become a U.S. citizen if your birth was officially recorded in any U.S. state.

Tucson Citizenship Attorneys Know the Naturalization Procedure

People not born in a U.S. state like Arizona, or the United States for that matter, must be naturalized in order to receive citizen status. This generally requires a person to prove they legally and physically residenced within the United States, believe the principles of the U.S. Constitution, are of good moral character, and pass a test on U.S. law and history.

Tucson Citizenship Attorneys will Guide You With the Documentation

Criminal convictions such as violent felonies or outstanding removal orders can be grounds for a denial of citizenship. Getting your citizenship is too important to attempt without help. Tucson, Arizona Citizenship Lawyers can guide you through the maze towards your naturalization.

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Life in Tucson

Tucson is a major city in Arizona and the county seat of Pima County.  With a population of about 548,000, it is the second largest city in Arizona after Phoenix.  Tucson is just over 100 miles from Phoenix and about an hour away from the U.S.-Mexico Border.

Often called "The Old Pueblo", Tucson is an attractive mix of traditional southwestern culture and modern innovations.  The downtown area of Tucson has retained much of its historic southwest feel.  Several downtown buildings such as the Hotel Congress and the Art Deco Fox Theater were constructed in the 1920's.  Midtown Tucson also draws many visitors to the city.  For example, the University of Arizona is located in midtown, which includes Arizona Stadium as well as the McKale Center. 

The tourism industry fuels much of Tucson's economy, with some 3.5 million visitors bringing in over $2 billion a year.  Tucson's warm climate attracts many "snowbirds", or winter visitors who often purchase a second home in the city.  Popular events for tourists include the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show and the Tucson Folk Festival.

Lawyers in Tucson, Arizona handle most of their cases at the Tucson City Court.  Tucson lawyers are available to help you understand the many laws that are unique to the state of Arizona. 

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