Assignment:Your supervising attorney, Sue Emaul, came to you with a challenge. Some old clients, Mr. and Mrs. Wang, have returned and asked if we could handle a current legal issue for them. The firm handled their prenuptial agreement twelve years ago and now, Mr. Horatio Wang, who is from Canada, would like to become a U.S. Citizen. The Wangs are currently living in Colorado where Mrs. Wang is a Professor of Women’s Studies at a local university and Mr. Wang is a researcher at the university cancer center. The Wangs met at a jazz club when Mr. Wang was a graduate student. He has since completed his PhD and has been credited with advancing treatment for a specialized form of cancer in his current position. He has been lawfully present in the United States from graduate school into his current status on an employment-based visa. Mrs. Elvira Wang, whose maiden name was Smith, is a U.S. citizen. The Wangs have four children, Katie,7; Salena, 5; Dewan, 4; and Devine, 4. All four children were born in Colorado, except Katie who arrived quite early while the Wangs were hiking in Montana. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wang are active in their community and foster homeless dogs.The Wangs were one of the first jobs for this firm and despite not handling immigration cases, Attorney Emaul has asked you to explore the requirements for Mr. Wang in seeking U.S. citizenship. Since this is an area of law that the firm is not familiar with, she would also like you to include some background on the process involved in applying for citizenship and the legal grounds under which it can be sought.Write a 2-3 page interoffice memorandum outlining the process of applying for and being granted citizenship in the United States. Please outline the current law governing these requirements and as well as some further research on the process and what to expect when pursuing this for the client. Finally, compose a list of documents that we will need from the clients. Be sure to cite (using the Bluebook) to at least two primary sources and two secondary sources. Required Criteria:In addition to fulfilling the specifics of the Assignment, a successful paper must also meet the following criteria:Length should be 2-3 pages, excluding cover page and references page.Double-spaced ( and in a 12-point font.Viewpoint and purpose should be clearly established and sustained.Assignment should follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.).Writing should be well ordered, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful, using headings to identify components.Keep tone professional by avoiding I or We statements.Your work should display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics.Appropriate Bluebook citation style should be followed.