Concord Citizenship Lawyers

Concord Citizenship Lawyers, CA

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There are a variety of ways to receive citizenship in the United States in order to legally work and live in Concord, California. The 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution grants citizenship to those born in the U.S. or its territories, provided the birth is registered with the appropriate authorities.

Concord Citizenship Attorneys Can Advise You Through the Process

Everyone that was not born in California, or any other state within the Union can apply for Citizenship through the process of naturalization. Naturalization requires an applicant to fulfill a number of general requirements, including a period of lawful residence and physical presence in the U.S., good moral character, understanding of the English language, and familiarity of U.S. history and government.

Concord Citizenship Attorneys Understand the Intricate Documentation

Criminal convictions such as violent felonies or outstanding removal orders can be grounds for a denial of citizenship. Acquiring your citizenship is too important to attempt without help. Concord, California Immigration Lawyers can help you to avoid problems in the citizenship application process and better ensure success.

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Life in Concord

Concord, California is the largest city in Contra Costa County, California. It has a population of over 122,000 people, making it one of the largest suburbs in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

Concord was founded in 1869, and was originally named "Todos Santos," meaning "All Saints." Adjacent to Concord, California is Port Chicago - a major Navy supply depot. In 1944, it was the site of one of the biggest naval disasters to ever occur on the U.S. mainland. Sailors were loading munitions onto a large cargo ship. 

The munitions on the ship detonated, causing a massive explosion, killing 320 sailors and civilians - most of them African-American. This led to over 200 African-American sailors refusing to load munitions due to unsafe working conditions, resulting in the largest mutiny trial in U.S. Navy history, in which 50 men were convicted. Thurgood Marshall, a lawyer and future Supreme Court justice, sat in on most of the proceedings and claimed that they were prejudiced against the defendants. The men were sentenced to long prison terms, but were released after a few years. These events led to the Navy hastening its desegregation plans, and making efforts to improve working conditions.

Several lawyers from in and around Concord, California were likely involved in these proceedings.

If you live in Concord, California, and are in need of legal advice, the lawyers of Concord, California can help. A Concord, California attorney can probably assist you with virtually any legal issue you're likely to face.

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