That’s why we have amnesty programs. Guess what she wasn’t doing. Running for her life. She has never made that claim cause she that’s not why she came here. My best friend may not be my sister by blood. They insinuate it just like the insinuate that she was a minor when she signed those documents but she wasn’t. She was 19
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My mom got her residency card when i turned 21. She studied hard and passed the citizens test. Now im 27 and shes about to get sworn in. Im sorry but dont put excuses u had 20 years ago come on now! Yeah of course i feel bad for her (shes my ppl to) but come on 20 years and My best friend may not be my sister by blood u couldn’t do anything about upgrading your status here i call b/s. Im sorry for her plight, but had she applied for it when she should have she’d probably be a citizen already! It’s like working off the books and then crying in the end that your ss payment is a pittance. No good comes from doing things illegally…I hope the good Lord finds a way for her to stay!
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you just don’t get it. The system itself is broken. You can’t ask something of people when way to often the system is broken. Doesn’t work for everyone and it should. Funny shirts. That’s a totally different situation if your wife came here with papers as a tourist or working visa. For those without documentation, it’s close to impossible. I know a lot of people too who became citizens though marriage but they came here with documentation, thus termed legally.
3 years is impossible. You need to be here for 5 years of permanent residency — 3 if military or married to a US citizen — before you can even START the process of naturalization. Then it takes up to a year or more for that application to be reviewed by USCIS. Then you must take a citizenship test and interview — and in some instances, the backlog for this is multiple years.