Springfield Citizenship Lawyers

Find the right Citizenship attorney in Springfield, MA

There are a variety of ways to become an U.S. citizen for purposes of legally working and living in Springfield, Massachusetts. If you were born in the United States and your birth was registered with the appropriate authorities, you are a citizen of the United States. This is by far the most common means of becoming an United States citizen.

Springfield Lawyers Who Specialize in the Citizenship Procedure Can Help

Individuals who are not born in Massachusetts, or the United States for that matter, must be naturalized in order to receive citizen status. 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.

Springfield Attorneys Have Familiarity With the Citizenship Documentation

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 complicated and should not be attempted alone. Springfield, Massachusetts Lawyers can provide a consultation and address any questions you may have about becoming an United States Citizen.

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Life in Springfield

Springfield, MA is the largest city on the Connecticut River, and the seat of Hampden County. It has a population of around 153,000 people.

Like many cities in New England, Springfield, MA has a long and rich history, much of it associated with Colonial times and the American Revolutionary War. Shortly after the Revolutionary War ended, Springfield became the site of the first populist uprising in the United States. Known as Shays' Rebellion, this revolt resulted in a fundamental change in the U.S. government, leading to the abandonment of the Articles of Confederation in favor of the Constitution which we use today. Obviously, many of the drafters of the Constitution were lawyers, and this tradition of excellence in the legal profession continues in Springfield, MA today.

Springfield, MA is commonly referred to as the "City of Progress" - and it has been home to many individuals and movements that have advanced society for the better. For example, many inventions that made the industrial revolution possible were invented in Springfield. Also, prior to and during the Civil War, Springfield, MA was one of the major centers for the abolitionist movement, with many of Springfield, MA's lawyers defending slaves who had escaped the South.

Of course, there are still many skilled and dedicated lawyers practicing law in Springfield, MA. And if you are facing a legal problem, a Springfield, MA lawyer can almost certainly help.

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