Weiss, Alden & Polo, P.A.

Guide to Find Best US Citizenship Attorney in South Florida

Enlisting in one of the South Florida Citizenship Attorneys from Weiss, Alden, and Polo help in avoiding any issues involving current residency status in the United States.


Miami, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/04/2015 -- Even in the simplest of cases, becoming an American citizen involves more than just completing and filing an application for naturalization. The naturalization process can be confusing and often involves numerous challenges. Efforts to obtain U.S. citizenship may present problems when issues arise.

Many immigrants unknowingly due something that can revoke or put at risk their Green Card and residency status. And unfortunately, the permanent resident is not notified when they place their Green Card in jeopardy. Once labelled by the USCIS as being in violation of immigration laws, the permanent resident will be placed in removal proceeding and could be deported. With a US Citizenship attorney from Weiss, Alden, and Polo all residency and citizenship issues can be resolved.

By hiring one of the qualified South Florida Citizenship attorneys from Weiss, Alden, and Polo, one can reduce the chance that the application will be delayed for errors or omissions or, worse, rejected for misrepresentation. Even the most qualified or thoroughly prepared citizenship applicant can experience nervousness on the day of his or her citizenship interview. Nervousness can lead an innocent applicant to appear evasive or dishonest.

About Weiss, Alden & Polo, P.A.
Being founded almost 40 years ago, Weiss, Alden & Polo, P.A. has built its practice on a strong commitment to problem-solving. With years of combined experience, their attorneys handle all types of immigration matters for clients in South Florida and worldwide. With Miami offices located in Brickell Avenue they are easy to reach and help solve all residency, Green Card and Citizenship issues.

Contact the South Florida citizenship attorneys from weissaldenandpolo.com for all of citizenship and immigration issues.