What Happens if I Am Denied Naturalization? | Learn About Law

USCIS denies approximately ten percent of naturalization applications each year. However, many of those denials are due to paperwork errors or a lack of information requested in the application. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/denied-naturalization

Understanding when and how to respond to the naturalization denial can make your case for citizenship. There are a few options available to those denied naturalization; such as filing an appeal, filing a new naturalization application, or filing a legal motion.

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This video will discuss what happens when your N-400, Application for Naturalization is denied. We will cover the following topics: Filing an appeal when denied naturalization, Re-filing for naturalization versus filing an appeal, Filing a legal motion when denied naturalization, Submitting to the Federal District Court, Reasons why an application for naturalization is denied, and Will my green card be canceled if USCIS denies my citizenship application?