Find a naturalization or citizenship attorney in Tarrant County, Texas practicing immigration law. To be eligible for naturalization, the applicant must hold lawful permanent resident status or Green Card status for at least five years (or three years for the spouses of U.S. citizens.) Other requirements include physical presence in the United States, good moral character, basic English language skills, and knowledge of United States history and government. Many immigration attorneys are former INS attorneys. Contact an attorney for citizenship or naturalization in Tarrant County, Texas to discuss the immigration attorney’s fees, experience and training.
AILA promotes justice, advocates for fair and reasonable immigration law and policy, advances the quality of immigration and nationality law and practices to enhance the professional development of its members.
Arlington Lawyer Referral Service - The Arlington Bar Association operates a non-profit Lawyer Referral Service ("LRS"). For the last twenty years, the LRS has helped individuals and businesses find a qualified attorney in the City of Arlington, Tarrant County, and the surrounding areas of the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. In 2014, the Arlington Bar Association added a Board Certified Panel to the LRS when "one is desired, normally due to perceived difficulty, importance, or complexity of the legal matter."
Tarrant County Bar Lawyer Referral Service - The Tarrant County Bar Association (TCBA) in Fort Worth, TX, sponsors a non-profit Lawyer Referral Service (LRS). This community based non-profit service helps people find an attorney in Tarrant County, Johnson County, Wise County, Parker County, Denton County, and Hood County, TX.