Medical Exceptions to Citizenship Test in Virginia
Virginia Immigration Attorney
When applying for naturalization, an applicant will have to take the English and civics test in order to be granted citizenship. However, in some circumstances, USCIS will waive the requirement in cases of certain medical exceptions. In order to qualify for the medical exception waiver, an applicant must be able to show that they have a physical or developmental disability or some form of mental impairment. In order to get the waiver approved and in place, one needs to have a doctor's certification and have the doctor fill out the required USCIS form.
At Fayad Law, P.C., we are intimately familiar with the requirements and procedures for obtaining a medical exception waiver to the citizenship test. We have been practicing immigration law since 2004 and have successfully guided many naturalization applicants through the medical exception process. If you or a loved one are having issues with USCIS granting a medical exception waiver, or have concerns about taking the English and civics test due to a disability, call our offices today to schedule a free initial evaluation. We will be glad to answer all of your questions and work directly with your doctor and make certain that your request for a medical exception is properly drafted and submitted for a successful outcome.
Immigration Legal Help in Virginia: Medical Exceptions
We are dedicated to assisting people to live and work legally in the United States. Attempting to file your own petition and navigate the immigration process without a qualified, highly experienced immigration attorney can be confusing and wrought with unnecessary delays. Contact us now so we can help with your immigration process and show you how having a skilled and passionate immigration attorney can accelerate and ease the process of getting the medical exception waiver in place.
If you are seeking a Virginia immigration attorney for a medical exception waiver, call us today for professional help.