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    i have been living in the states 4 at least 16yrs. recently my parents told me i wasnt born in the US. my dad is a citezen and my mom isnt . i need to get my legal stuff so i can get into college im 17 now and i turn 18 in january and i was a y way to make my life get back on track. i was wonderin wat the procedures were and if there was a way to make it go a bit faster
    ricardo zepeda

  • #2
    That was funny. For a second I thought it was from an illiterate illegal moron saying that he is going to college. Then I realized it had to be a joke. No one is that stupid. Thanks for the laugh.

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    • #3
      griffins

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      • #4
        Hi Ricardo,

        are you saying you just found out that you are not US ciztizen OR that you were not born in the USA?

        Those are 2 different things, as there are other ways to become a citizen, not only by birth.

        Let's see if there is anything we can help you with. Biut first, we need some background information.

        When did you father become a citizen? How did he get his green card?

        What is your status? Are you a permanent resident? What's your mother's status?

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        • #5
          Hi Ricardo, Griffins will take it in the a s s from you. He likes big Mexican boys.

          Otherwise, ask your dad where you were born and then go to that county and get your birth certificate. Otherwise you are out of luck.

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          • #6
            sorry for sounding like an ignorant bafoon, i was in a rush. Im an avrage kid going into his senior year of high school. Im top ten percent in my class, trillingual, and have a clean record. my father was a citizen by naturalazation. i have a birth certificate. my parents r married. 3 sisters who were born in the US. the rest about greencards residency and ect r a bit confusing on what they mean, and how they r offcially defined as. like i said i will be turning 18 in january. so i hope its not 2 late. thanks for helping.
            ricardo zepeda

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            • #7
              Originally posted by federale86:
              Hi Ricardo, Griffins will take it in the a s s from you. He likes big Mexican boys.

              Otherwise, ask your dad where you were born and then go to that county and get your birth certificate. Otherwise you are out of luck.
              LMAO!!! You Made a Funny!!! LOL!!!
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              • #8
                Ricardo you are an ignorant baboon. It does not matter for citizenship what your grades were, how many languages you speak or if you cured cancer. Where were you born? If you were born in the U.S. then you are a citizen. If you were born overseas then you are an alien, with certain exceptions, like if you were born after your father was naturalized.

                Now answer the important questions:

                Where were you born?

                What was your father's citizenship at the time of your birth and how many years had he lived in the U.S. after naturalization and before your birth?

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                • #9
                  o the humor, what twisted satire. first where can i get those forms and a lawyer? 2nd i was born in mexico, and my father was a citizen before i was born. just in case this happens, what if im not liable through the naturalzation of my dads? i hope this helps. and mr.griffin your humor is rather enlightning.
                  ricardo zepeda

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by federale86:
                    Ricardo you are an ignorant baboon. It does not matter for citizenship what your grades were, how many languages you speak or if you cured cancer. Where were you born? If you were born in the U.S. then you are a citizen. If you were born overseas then you are an alien, with certain exceptions, like if you were born after your father was naturalized.

                    Now answer the important questions:

                    Where were you born?

                    What was your father's citizenship at the time of your birth and how many years had he lived in the U.S. after naturalization and before your birth?
                    First Federale, why do you have to be so nasty and rude?
                    Just because you or I know something about immigration doesn't mean every member who come here posting does.
                    That is why people come here to find out information and understand it better.
                    Everyone has been in a situation where they had no clue how it all worked, and even those that know it quite well, still don't know everything, it is forever changing and it is so confusing for many.
                    Please give some respect to new members.

                    If you also read his OP, he already said he was told he WAS NOT born in the US.
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                    • #11
                      Omor, there are some questions that still need answering like those that Aneri posted above.

                      By answering them, it will help us helping you.

                      Thanks
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                      • #12
                        im ever so grateful 4 any help. ive been to alot of websites . but they do not really help . they dont really define things more clearly. i was wondering if there were exeptions. ex if u r a certian age say 55 and been here for awhile could that make u a citizen . idk if it works that way . but is there a website or something that gives exeptions or explains better than these goverment websites. the ones ive been on ask 4 money fot the most idiotic things such as u have 2 pay for a pardon. which im saying who r they to sell forgivness to a crime not seen. but this whole immigration issue is so complicated. and once again thanx 4 the help
                        ricardo zepeda

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                        • #13
                          Omor,
                          Please give us as much information as you can so we can help. The problem you can have can be solved very easily if we have the right information:
                          1. Do you have your green card? If you don't know, ask your parents.
                          2. When did you come to the U.S. exactly?
                          3. When did your dad become a citizen?

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                          • #14
                            I posted a similar situation where my friend wanted to know if she could have derivative citizenship because both of her parents are naturalized citizens. Most of the response said she wasnt because she was under 18 when her mom was naturalized but 18yrs old by the time her dad became a citizen and her parents were married. This is the conflicting response she has gotten-some saying only 1 parent have to be a citizen in order to get derivative citizenship -others are saying both parents have to be citizens if child is under 18.

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                            • #15
                              ok i only assume that my dad is a citizen because he has a SS card and a drivers licence . and i do not have a green card nor was i born here. i was brought from Mexico , may i add involuntarily , when i was about a year old . i do not know the exact age . i have lived here ever since. my dad at that time had a valid drivers licence so he must have been a citizen . i am not a resident and nor do i have a green card my mom is living here illigally and so is my older brother. but i was wondering if there is any kind of exception to making the process speed up . well i hope this helps
                              ricardo zepeda

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