Do I need to use an immigration representative for my citizenship application?
No. It is always your decision whether to pay for the services of a representative. You do not need to have a representative to submit a citizenship application. All forms and guides are available for free. All applications are treated equally by the government. No representative has special access to our programs and services.
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