27 Dec USCIS acceptance guarantee – Worried about being rejected?
If you are applying to become a naturalized citizen of the U.S. then it’s understandable that you would be concerned about the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requirements and whether or not you will be accepted.
Here is some information about the USCIS acceptance guarantee which comes with each of our certified translations.
Where to get a USCIS acceptance guarantee
Unfortunately no one would provide you with a USCIS acceptance guarantee in the sense that USCIS will accept you as a citizen of US. There are however ways you can take in order to have higher chances of being accepted.
One of the USCIS requirements is that you need to submit certified translations for each of your personal documents if they are in any other language than English. This is where we can help you. All our translations come with a USCIS acceptance guarantee, which means that our translations will be accepted by the USCIS.
Ways to make sure you have a real chance
There are some other ways you could follow in order to increase your chances of being accepted by the USCIS. Here are some of them.
Read A Guide to Naturalization
This is the first part of the naturalization process and will answer many of the questions you have. The next step is to complete the Eligibility Worksheet found in the back of the Guide to learn if you are eligible to apply for naturalization. Next you need to get an application called the “Application for Naturalization” (Form N-400). This form an be gotten by calling the USCIS Forms Line or downloading it from the Internet.
Complete Your Application
Form N-400 needs to be filled out in its entirety. If your application is incomplete it will delay the processing of your naturalization application. You will also be given an interview and have to answer various question pertaining to your application at that time.
Collect All Necessary Documents
If you are a legally permanent resident of the U.S. you need to submit photocopies of Form I-551 (Permanent resident Card). Read the Document Checklist at the back of the Guide. This will tell what else you will need. If you do not have the appropriate paperwork with you at the time, it will likely delay the processing of your application. Also, if there is any document not in English, you must send an English translation with it.
You only have to worry about this if you reside outside the U.S., and if that’s the case you must provide two identical color photographs that have been recently taken.
Send Out Application
Now you can send your application and fee to the USCIS Lockbox that is for your area. Then all you have to do is sit back and wait for your interview.
By using Certified Translation you make sure your documents will be accepted by the immigration office because we give you an USCIS acceptance guarantee which applies to all our translations. So you can at least be certain that your papers are in good order so you can relax and wait their decision on your immigration case.