May 1, 2010 – Citizen of Uganda received his Naturalization after it was alleged that he had committed certain crimes

Facts: A citizen of Uganda applied for naturalization on his own. In February 2010, he received a Notice of Intent to Deny his application, which alleged that he had lied to get his green card by covering up his criminal convictions and that he lied to the officer who interviewed him for naturalization. In addition to risking denial of his naturalization application, our client also risked being placed into removal proceedings. He called the firm for help.

The Firm’s Representation: The firm aggressively responded to the notice of intent to deny and began to immediately gather new evidence. Within three weeks, the firm obtained the additional necessary evidence, took our client’s affidavit, and prepared a response memo.

Outcome: Three months after the firm started our representation of our client, on May 1, 2010, our client was sworn in as a proud citizen of the United States.