The Tulsa law firm of Fry & Elder is experienced and well versed in all Oklahoma naturalization law and citizenship, along with all other immigration laws.
Oklahoma Naturalization Law Explained
Oklahoma naturalization law and elsewhere is the acquisition of United States citizenship and nationality by a foreign national. Naturalization is most commonly applied for by a foreign national who has been a lawful permanent resident for the requisite number of years.
Many applicants must be lawful permanent residents for five years. In the case of a spouse of a United States citizen, the spouse may be able to apply for naturalization after three years. An additional area of naturalization is called derivative citizenship. Under this area, if the parents of a minor lawful permanent resident naturalize, the child would also become a United States citizen.
Oklahoma naturalization law services normally take approximately three to six months, given there are no delays, from filing to attending the public ceremony where approved applicants take the Oath of Allegiance and receive their Certificates of Naturalization.
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Whether you have questions about Oklahoma naturalization law or any other immigration law area, we encourage you to contact Fry & Elder today to set up a consultation with proven Oklahoma immigration and trial lawyer.
Fry & Elder is one of the more accomplished firms not just in Oklahoma, but in the United States. The U.S. News & World Report has named Fry & Elder to its exclusive list of Best Law Firms from 2014-2018.
Lorena Rivas is our lead counsel in Oklahoma immigration law, and is an accomplished and experienced trial lawyer. Rivas is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA).
She is the 2018 recipient of the Fern Holland Award and has traveled multiple times to Capital Hill in Washington D.C. to meet with state and national legislators to advocate for immigration law reform.
Her work at Fry & Elder is focused on the legal representation of individuals who are facing the numerous and complicated immigration laws in the United States in affirmative and defensive immigration policies before the Department of Homeland Security.
Robert G “Hap” Fry Jr., is a decorated and accomplished Tulsa divorce lawyer. He He was recently honored as the Lawyer of the Year for Family Law in Tulsa for 2016 by Best Lawyers® and has been selected as an Oklahoma Super Lawyer® every year since 2007.