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Virgin Islands Links

V.I. Office of the Attorney General
V.I. Legislature
V.I. Superior Court
V.I. Supreme Court
V.I. Federal FPD
United States Attorney’s V.I. Office
V.I. Government
Legal Services of the V.I.
U.S. Marshals District of the V.I.

 

Bar Association

American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Virgin Islands Bar Association
National Bar Association

 

Educational Resources

Journalist's Guide to the Federal Courts
Inside the Federal Courts 
Understanding the Federal Courts 
Frequently Asked Questions About the Federal Courts

 

General Federal Court References
Federal Judicial Center
United States Sentencing Commission 
Federal Judiciary and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
United States Attorneys

 

Naturalization

The naturalization process begins with a Petition for Naturalization.  Every potential citizen must complete a Petition for Naturalization before Taking the Oath of Allegiance.

The United States District Court for the Virgin Islands is the primary location for naturalizing new citizens within the district.  When reporting for a naturalization ceremony, please plan your arrival time accordingly. Firearms, knives, explosives, and other weapons are prohibited from federal court facilities and subject to confiscation. 

For information about scheduling or rescheduling a naturalization ceremony, contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services at (800) 375-5283.