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My Naturalization was Denied

It is not unheard of to receive a denial on a naturalization process. Form N-336 is used in the United States by individuals who have been denied naturalization by USCIS and wish to request a hearing before an immigration officer to appeal the denial of their application for naturalization.

Form N-336, officially called “Request for a Hearing on a Decision in Naturalization Proceedings under Section 336 of the INA”, is used to request a hearing before an immigration officer to review the denial of a Form N-400, Application for Naturalization.

Before you can consider Form N-336, you need to have already filed Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. This form is used to apply for U.S. citizenship. Make sure to fill it out accurately and completely.

If your N-400 application is denied, you will receive a denial notice from USCIS explaining the reasons for the denial. Carefully review the denial notice to understand why your application was denied. This will help you determine if you have grounds to request a hearing to appeal the decision.

If you do, you can fill out Form N-336 completely and accurately. Be sure to include any supporting documents or evidence that may help your case. File your form along with any required supporting documents to the address indicated on the form or the USCIS office that issued the denial notice.

After submitting Form N-336, USCIS will review your request and schedule a hearing if they determine that it’s necessary. You will receive a notification of the date, time, and location of the hearing.

Attend the scheduled hearing and present your case before the immigration officer. You may bring an attorney or representative to assist you if desired. After the hearing, USCIS will review the evidence presented and make a decision on your naturalization application. You will be notified of the decision in writing.

If you need help from an expert immigration attorney, contact the J. Molina Law Firm. We will protect your American Dream!

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