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  • IR7/K4 BECAME CITIZEN INSTEAD OF PERMANENT RESIDENT

    k3(spouse of USC) and k4s (children of USC) filed I-485 and got interviewed and finger printed. Everything was all set. Then following things happened:

    1. K3 got her green card in mail.
    2. K4(under 18 years) got a letter from
    Service center that I-485 has been approved
    and she has made citizen and she would not
    recieve her GC and that she can file N-600
    for citizenship certificate.
    2. The other k4 got the same letter with the
    exact same wordings.

    I understand that k4 under 18years can become citizen by operation of law(automatically) after becoming permanent resident but how come k4 who is 20 can become citizen automatically. I am just wondering if there has been a mistake by Service center. Should I just file N-600 as per the instructions or verify first.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thank you very much.

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    k3(spouse of USC) and k4s (children of USC) filed I-485 and got interviewed and finger printed. Everything was all set. Then following things happened:

    1. K3 got her green card in mail.
    2. K4(under 18 years) got a letter from
    Service center that I-485 has been approved
    and she has made citizen and she would not
    recieve her GC and that she can file N-600
    for citizenship certificate.
    2. The other k4 got the same letter with the
    exact same wordings.

    I understand that k4 under 18years can become citizen by operation of law(automatically) after becoming permanent resident but how come k4 who is 20 can become citizen automatically. I am just wondering if there has been a mistake by Service center. Should I just file N-600 as per the instructions or verify first.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thank you very much.

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    • #3
      any comments please

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      • #4
        hello. anybody there

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        • #5
          hello

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          • #6
            Child can claim his/her citizenship provided they can proof to the uscis they have entered US as Immigrant, and have LPR states, and since he/she is under 26 years of age and father being the citizen he/she can flie for his/her certificate of citizenship Form N-600.

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            • #7
              Adam thankyou. are u sure that the age cap is 26 not 21 years. Plus the children did not enter as LPRs rather they entered as K4 status. They filed I-485 here in USA. and got it approved.

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              • #8
                anyone else

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                • #9
                  their I-485 has just been approved about a couple of weeks ago. one k4 is under 18, which is understandable but other k4 is 20 now and he was 19 when k4 was issued. That is what is making me confused. The reason I mentioned 21 is because, under INA, individual is considered "child" as long as he/she is under 21.

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                  • #10
                    anyone else

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                    • #11
                      anybody there

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                      • #12
                        It pays to be patient...

                        Your 20-year old does not qualify. Must be a mistake of USCIS.

                        Consult an attorney.

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                        • #13
                          any more feed back please

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                          • #14
                            i called customer service but they dont seem to know a lot about it...please advise

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                            • #15
                              hello

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