What should I do now?

A:

checklist.pngSome steps you can take right away:

  • Collect as many documents as you can to prove how long you have lived in the U.S.  These might include your passport, school records, your tax records, records of employment (pay stubs, letters from employers, etc.), and anything else you can find.

  • SAVE MONEY!  The government is going to charge a fee for the application, and there may be additional fees you have to pay through the process.

  • Get an ID from your Home Country (passport, consular ID, etc.)  It is likely that you will have to provide this when you apply.

  • AVOID NOTARIOS!  People who tell you they can help you apply now are trying to trick you!  There is no application process open.  People who say they can make your application go faster are lying.  There is no way to speed up the process.  Make sure you consult a trusted organization, like Make the Road, before you start the process.
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