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Woman reaches goal of completing naturalization process

Becoming a citizen of the United States is not easy for immigrants. The naturalization process can be long and difficult to complete, and it is not unusual for applicants to face setbacks along the way. However, when individuals in New York and across the country are able to reach their goals of citizenship, they often feel overjoyed.

It was recently reported that one woman in another state obtained citizenship after living in the United States for approximately 13 years. The woman stated that she felt it was time to update her immigration status. As part of the process, the woman had to meet the eligibility requirements and go through a series of steps, including background checks, interviews and testing. Before taking the test, the woman was given 100 questions about U.S. history and government to look over in order to prepare for the official test.

The woman stated that she was nervous about taking the test but that she had also memorized the study questions given to her. She passed her test and completed the naturalization process last month when she took the oath of allegiance with other individuals also completing the process. The woman said that she had previously felt awkward as an immigrant, but now she feels as if she belongs.

Many people hope to achieve this feeling of belonging through naturalization. Of course, numerous individuals often also feel discouraged along the way due to the many complicated steps involved with the legal process. Fortunately, interested parties in New York can obtain legal help throughout the process, which could give them a greater chance of facing fewer setbacks along the way.

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