For many immigrants in Wisconsin, the pathway to citizenship begins long before they find their way to Juneau, Sauk, or Columbia County. The decision to emigrate is often lead by promise of new opportunities, connecting with family, or a fresh start. With the current political climate in Wisconsin and the United States, some feel becoming a citizen of this country is not currently an option, but with the right representation and going through the legal system, starting a life in Sauk County can still be a reality.
Whether you are going through the steps to become a citizen or need assistance with visas, we are here to help. If you are just starting the pathway to citizenship, the steps below are a general outline of the process for a permanent resident applying for citizenship, which has been provided by the Department of Homeland Security and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Attorney Phillip Stamman spent time representing clients in deportation proceedings, and now represents immigrants in various family petitions as well as criminal defense. His assistance gives immigrants a sense of ease when applying for citizenship in the United States.