This is a special notice regarding citizenship for those individuals who received their permanent residency through the Reagan amnesty or through agriculture. Please listen to this report and share it with anyone you know would benefit from it.

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Citizenship Application for Residents Through Amnesty or Agriculture

If you obtained your residency through Reagan's amnesty or agriculture and have a relatively clean record, you can now apply for your United States citizenship and answer all of your interview questions in Spanish. All you have to do is bring someone to translate during the interview. Additionally, you do not have to write or read in Spanish or English.

The interview will be verbal and will ask you questions about the history and government of the United States. You will only need to study these questions and the application questions to pass your citizenship interview.

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Benefits of Citizenship

And remember, after you obtain your citizenship, you can apply for your family's legal status. Being a citizen shortens the waiting time for family members.

That is why it is very important for everyone, especially those who got their residency through amnesty or agriculture, to apply for citizenship. If you obtained your residency through amnesty, the citizenship process is only 5 to 8 months.

If you have any questions or concerns, call our office at 405-272-9393 to make a consultation. 

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Michael Brooks-Jimenez

Written by Michael Brooks-Jimenez

Michael is President and managing attorney of Michael Brooks-Jimenez, P.C., firm specializing in immigration law, criminal defense, workers’ compensation, and personal injury. He is well known within the community and his commitment to the interests of the Hispanics is without question. Today, Michael Brooks-Jimenez has founded a prestigious legal services team with the objective to continue fighting for the rights of Hispanics and to help them more efficiently.