Becoming a United States citizen can seem like a long and complex process, but the results are well worth the effort. If you are considering becoming a US citizen, the United States government requires you to meet certain criteria. Failure to do so can result in delays or in denial of citizenship.
At Wilner & O'Reilly, we understand that the requirements of obtaining citizenship can seem overwhelming. As trusted advisors, we offer a wide range of support designed to help you achieve the best possible results in immigration and naturalization matters. We can help you anticipate whether or not you qualify for citizenship and make sure that the necessary documentation is completed correctly. Our attorneys can also attend your citizenship hearing with you to guide you through the process, protecting your interests and making sure that matters proceed smoothly.
Protect Your Interests By Consulting With Knowledgeable Legal Counsel
While it is possible to handle citizenship proceedings alone, working with an experienced attorney provides certainty that you are doing things correctly. It minimizes the anxiety and worry associated with citizenship proceedings and protects you from the common errors inexperienced applicants often make.
Wilner & O'Reilly was founded in 2003 by two top-rated attorneys recognized for their knowledge and ability in this highly complex area of law. Kelly S. O'Reilly is a former officer with the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Richard M. Wilner is board-certified as a specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law by the State Bar of California. Together, they lead a team of established lawyers and legal professionals serving clients on a local, national and international level — making Wilner & O'Reilly a trusted name in immigration law.
Contact Our Team Of Immigration Lawyers
Contact the lawyers at Wilner & O'Reilly by calling one of our four offices toll free at 800-352-7034. You may also contact us online to schedule a confidential consultation with our US citizenship attorneys in California and Utah.