About the Founder
As an attorney, Mr. Gehi M has represented hundreds of clients from a variety of backgrounds in their US citizenship application, and who has appeared alongside many of them at their interviews. Citizenship Selfie was invented by Naresh M. Gehi, Esq., an experienced immigration attorney, a legal-tech wizard, and an entrepreneur.
On the basis of these years of experience, the analysis he has conducted of the citizenship process, and the understanding he developed of the most common reasons that Us Citizenship application are denied, Naresh Gehi founded this unique software solution that would conveniently solve many of the problems faced by immigrants who are intent on doing their very best to become American citizens.
Citizenship Selfie is Naresh Gehi’s revolutionary intervention into this broken system, and its benefits could not be more urgently needed. Under his guidance, Citizenship Selfie has produced this comprehensive software solution to address the problems of access and inequality that plague naturalization today.
Citizenship Selfie is an intervention into U.S. immigration that offers aspiring citizens comprehensive assistance with their applications, including:
Citizenship Selfie is committed to diversity and the broad accessibility of the American Dream. It can even be described as a Rosetta Stone to naturalization, particularly for immigrants whose first language is not English, and who have difficulty passing their citizenship exams. For these and other struggling immigrants, Citizenship Selfie offers attorney reviews, video study guides, and exam preparation in sixteen languages, including English, Hindi, Punjabi, Polish, Korean, Tagalog, Mandarin, French, Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, Gujarati, Russian, Bengali, Cantonese, and Farsi–many of which are otherwise unavailable to these populations.
But with three different pricing plans starting at $199.00 per year, Citizenship Selfie is tailored to a variety of needs, and has a set of features that’s suitable for everyone–from the busy professional who only wants to save time on forms, to a more troubled applicant who wants attorney representation at their interview.