Florence Citizenship Lawyers

Find the right Citizenship attorney in Florence, KY

There are a number of ways to become a U.S. citizen for purposes of legally working and residing in Florence, Kentucky. 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.

Florence Citizenship Lawyers Understand the Naturalization Process

Everyone that was not born in Kentucky, or any other state within the Union can apply for Citizenship through the process of naturalization. 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.

Florence Attorneys Can Help You Avoid Citizenship Denial

Authorities may deny citizenship status due to outstanding removal or deportation orders. The path toward citizenship can be a convoluted one. Florence, Kentucky Lawyers can answer any questions you may have about the naturalization process.

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Life in Florence

Florence, Kentucky is a city of approximately 30,000 located in Boone County, Kentucky. The area now known as Florence was originally called "Crossroads" because several roads from various parts of Kentucky converged there. It was originally founded in the early 1820s, and quickly grew, especially as the country began to expand westward, becoming a major hub for trade and commerce. Florence is well-known for a large water tower with a sign on it that simply reads "Florence Y'all." It has become something of a local landmark, and a source of pride among residents. The tower was built in the 1970s, and originally read "Florence Mall," to advertise a new mall that was being built. However, the mall took slightly longer to build than expected, and highway regulations prohibited advertisements for an establishment that didn't exist, so they had to change it in a very short time. The city simply painted over the vertical lines in the letter "M" to make a "Y" and added the apostrophe. The plan was to change it back when the mall was finished, but residents liked it enough that the city decided to keep it. If you live in the Florence, Kentucky area, and need a good attorney, you can probably find one. Florence, Kentucky lawyers are ready to handle whatever legal problem you might present them with.

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