I’m just wondering why her husband didn’t file for the proper paperwork to help her out with this. It’s like he just left her to the kids to figure it out on her own. You done messed up a-a-ron. At this moment I’m at a tax seminar and all the different changes that are taking into affect this year. We also had an immigration lawyer that said that it’s taking 4x the time to process these applications. So no it’s not fast and not cheap.
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It can cause an abundance of produce because those pesky illegals are harvesting them! It can cause houses and business to be built because those illegals are building them, and even so, the construction industry is still in need of skilled labors, but tell me again how they are taking your job? You done messed up a-a-ron. So if the husband was in the military why she didn’t get legal assistance from the JAG? That’s weird because she and the kids were the husband’s dependent, she should’ve asked the fleet and family support back then?
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Lots of people live here without being citizens. Some have visas, and some have green cards. I asked my wife if she really wanted to become a citizen cause she owns land in the Philippines and their law prevents non-Philippino citizens from owning land. It was her choice and I am proud of her either way. Funny shirts. It’s the same with many countries. Try going to any country, they’re not gonna just instantly call you a citizen for the most part. Although there are a few exceptions where as long as you have money, you can pretty much become a citizen just like that.
it’s not “just like that.” It’s for years. It’s thousands of dollars. Give me a break. I know plenty of folks who did it “the legal way” and it took nearly 14 years. it is a 5 year minimum for most people. In your case, it’s three but your wife didn’t become a citizen in 3 years. She could start the process after 3, so it was still about 5 by the time all was said and done.