Atlanta Citizenship Lawyers

Find the right Citizenship attorney in Atlanta, GA

There are a variety of ways to acquire citizenship in the United States in order to legally work and live in Atlanta, Georgia. If you were born in the United States and your birth was registered with the relevant authorities, you are a citizen of the United States. This is by far the most common means of becoming a United States citizen.

Atlanta Citizenship Attorneys Know the Naturalization Procedure

Everybody that was not born in Georgia, or the United States for that matter, must be naturalized in order to receive citizen status. This typically 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.

Atlanta Attorneys Can Help You Prevent Citizenship Denial

Your Citizenship may be denied if you have been convicted of certain violent felonies, or if you are avoiding outstanding removal orders. The process is intricate and should not be attempted alone. Atlanta, Georgia Lawyers can address any concerns you may have about the naturalization process.

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Life in Atlanta

Atlanta has the highest population of any city in the State of Georgia with just under 500,000 people. The Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport as been the world's busiest airport since 1998. That's two years after the city hosted the 100th Olympic Games. Atlanta is the seat of Fulton County government as well as for the entire State of Georgia. Atlantans work for some of the most well known companies who have world headquarters located in the city. The Coca-Cola Company, ATT, UPS, Turner Broadcasting, The Home Depot, and UPS are just a few of the nearly 75% of Fortune's 1000 who have operations in Atlanta. All that industry grosses the city over billion each year. All of the productivity doesn't mean it comes at a lack of greenery.

Atlanta is known both as the "City of Trees" and the "City in a Forest" for the dense tree cover that blankets nearly 40% of downtown. It's the most dense tree cover of any American city. The Atlanta Botanical Garden even offers a Canopy Walk through 600 feet of canopy at 40-feet into the trees. Other city attractions include the Georgia Aquarium, Fox Theatre, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, World of Coca-Cola, Delta Heritage Museum, Carter Center and Presidential Library, and Atlanta sports teams draw patrons from across the globe.

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