Sacramento Citizenship Lawyers

Sacramento Citizenship Lawyers, CA

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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 Sacramento, 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 relevant authorities.

Sacramento Citizenship Lawyers Know the Naturalization Procedure

Individuals not born in California, or a different U.S. state may seek citizenship through the procedure of naturalization. In order to be successfully Naturalized, the person applying must typically meet a number of requirements, such as proving good moral character and passing a test that covers the history of the United States and its laws.

Sacramento Citizenship Attorneys will Guide You With the Documentation

Authorities may deny citizenship status due to outstanding removal or deportation orders. The path toward citizenship can be a difficult one. Sacramento, California Citizenship Lawyers can guide you through the labyrinth towards your naturalization.

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Life in Sacramento

Sacramento is the capitol of the State of California, seat of Sacramento County, and still only ranks as the 6th largest city in the state. Cited as one of the most ethnically and racially integrated communities in the United States by Time Magazine, Sacramento plays host to a wide variety of public, private, and religious K-8 schools. California State University Sacramento, University of California Davis, and The Art Institute are just a few of the options residents have for higher education. In addition there are a number of other private, public, vocational, and community colleges in the area. The top employer in Sacramento remains the State of California. The California State Capitol Building was erected in 1874 and is reminiscent of the U.S. Capitol Building. "The Big Four" who included Mark Hopkins (of the Hotels), Charles Crocker (local Mansion/Art Museum and Rail tycoon), Leland Stanford (tycoon, industrialist, the university), and finally Collis P. Huntington (another Transcontinental Railroad tycoon) financed the construction of the Capitol Building out of pocket.

Sacramento has a number of outstanding museums and tourist amenities like the Crocker Art Museum, a local NBA team, a historic Old Town District, and the western terminus of the Pony Express which is Sutter's Fort. the Fort was erected in 1839 and is most famous for its association with the Donner Party and Sutter's Mill where gold was first found. Aside from the historical, Sacramento is host of the major courts in the area including the California State Supreme Court, Sacramento County and City Courts, and other Federal run courts. These buildings are largely located in Downtown Sacramento but serve the entire Central Valley.

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