Low number of lawsuits filed against the government by residents who are denied citizenship

There are currently between 7 and 8 million permanent residents in the United States who could become citizens. There are those who do not apply, even though they are eligible, and there are also those who do apply for citizenship but are denied by the government.

Many of those who are denied citizenship choose to sue the government, but they are not able to sue the government.ccording to official data, these cases have decreased.

According to federal court reports, there has been a 51.5% drop in claims to the government by permanent residents who were denied their application for U.S. citizenship in the last five years.

The important thing, if you are a resident, is to apply for citizenship, but not without first consulting with an attorney to make sure you are eligible.

You can read the report, for which I was interviewed, here.