Applying for US Citizenship On Your Own
Everything you need to know about applying to be a U.S. citizen
The immigration process is tedious but NOT impossible. This is a fact!
It boggles the mind, though, that you would, on top of the USCIS application fee, spend an extra $1,000 for a lawyer to help you complete your naturalization process when you and your family can do it on your own. This is why we created this course.
From the N-400 to the Fingerprinting Appointment to your Civics and English Test, we designed this course so that you don't have to search 10 different websites and manuals for the tips, tricks and exact steps to EXPEDITING your application and SUCCEEDING at your naturalization process. It's already a tough process, why weigh yourself down by pouring through mountains of paperwork on a zillion internet sites and PDF documents? We did it all for you!
With our help, you CAN apply for naturalization yourself, you WILL become a citizen and, in the process, save thousands of dollars in unnecessary legal fees.
That is what we and so many others in your position have done. If you are ready to take the shot, here - in simple, easy to understand language - is the process to do so.
See you at your naturalization ceremony!
"The amount of research you have to do to get all the info that was compiled in this course is crazy. You know, my people love going to a lawyer for every little thing. This course breaks it down so you don’t need one. Thank you so much for coming out with this course."
- Stanley N, Green Card Holder originally from Haiti, Fort Lauderdale, Fl
Tiffani and Livingstone Knowles are a father-daughter writing and course creation team.
Tiffani is a native of Miami, Florida, a journalist and a professor of communication at Barry University. She began her career in journalism in 2000 with The Miami Herald. As a print journalist, she covered metro news, education, the arts, special interest, and news in the city of Miami Lakes. It was there that she developed her passion for accuracy and integrity while under the tutelage of Pulitzer-prize winning journalists. Since then, she has worked as a coordinating producer for a youth television show, a radio personality and station manager, a voiceover artist for clients like Merriam-Webster, CROCS, CNN and Discovery Channel and a college professor. She holds a bachelor's degree in broadcast communication from Barry University in Miami and a master's degree in Arts and Humanities Education from New York University. She completed a journalism intensive through American University’s Washington Semester program in 2003 and an education and social reform program through NYU’s Study Abroad course in South Africa in 2005.
Livingstone is a native of Nassau, Bahamas. He worked in the travel industry for more than 46 years, starting with the airlines in his native Bahamas. He migrated to the United States in 1968 and settled in Miami, Florida. From 1974 until he retired in 2011, he was employed with Greyhound Lines in the Miami, Florida region in various capacities from ticket agent to bus station manager then North Miami franchisee. He helped thousands of down-on-their luck travelers passing through his station and dozens of immigrants to receive gainful employment and a path to permanent residency then naturalized citizenship in the U.S.