Law Offices of
J. MANUEL ACEVEDO, P.A.
U.S. Citizenship Attorney & Naturalization Lawyer
Altamonte Springs and Central Florida
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The Law Offices of J. Manuel Acevedo, P.A., are located at 116 North Park Avenue in Sanford, Florida, 32771.
Attorney Acevedo is a lawyer admitted to practice law in Florida, has clients from Florida, the United States, and
other countries, and primarily serves Seminole County, Volusia County, Orange County, and Lake County, and the
following cities: Sanford, Longwood, Lake Mary, Heathrow, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Oviedo, Goldenrod,
Fern Park, Forest City, Midway, Geneva, Chuluota, Winter Springs, Wekiva Springs, Deland, Deltona,
Orange City, Debary, Lake Helen, Daytona, Deleon Springs, Orlando, Apopka, Maitland, Lockhart,
Azalea Park, Winter Park, Mount Dora, Tavares, and Eustis.
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California has a land area of 155,959
square miles, making California the third
largest State by area.
California joined the Union on
September 9, 1850, and thus became
the 31st State.
Capital of California: Sacramento
Nickname: Golden State
California is the State with the highest
population. According to the U.S.
Census, California had a population of
37,253,956, as of 2010.
Animal: California Grizzly Bear
Bird: California Valley Quail
Fish: South Fork Golden Trout
Marine Mammal: Gray Whale
Reptile: California Desert Tortoise
Mineral: Native gold
Insect: Dog-Face Butterfly
Flower: Golden Poppy
Tree: California Redwood
Plant: Prickly Pear Cactus
Number of persons from California granted
Citizenship in the U.S. each year from 1996 to 2012
Many legal permanent residents in California apply to become citizens of the United States,
every year, through the process of naturalization. Generally speaking, a legal resident can apply
for citizenship after five years if he or she meets some additional requirements such as being of
good moral character as that is defined by the law and the many cases that interpret the law,
having a basic knowledge of United States history, having a basic knowledge of the form of
government in the United States, being physically present in the United States for a specified
period of time, and being able to read, write and speak English.
Below are the number of legal permanent residents from California that became United States
citizens, or in other words, the numbers of new California citizens through naturalization, each
year from 1996 to 2012, according to the immigration and citizenship statistics from the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security.
Cada año, muchas personas que viven
en California y han sido otorgadas
residencia permanente en los Estados
Unidos aplican para hacerse cuidadanos
a través del proceso de naturalización.
Número de Cuidadanos Nuevos
California 1996 - 2012
Aquí encontrará una tabla que demuestra
el número de residentes permanentes de
California que han sido otorgados la
cuidadanía de los Estados Unidos, a
través del proceso de naturalización,
cada año desde el 1996 hasta el 2012.
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