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  • dragonlady
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    Something here does not make sense. If your father is a US citizen, you should be as well. Your mother may or may not be a LPR/citizen depending on whether or not your father applied for her.

    You need a lawyer!!

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  • nick83012
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    actually I sent a copy of my passport with the N600, and when I go for interview the rejected me. it's been a month now I'm still waiting for the deny letter, so you're saying they could revoke my citizenship by parents divorced? even if I don't have the legal custody with my citizen father, I'm still his son right? plus according the the child act, I think I'm still qualified.

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  • Adam
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    You was LPR when you file for N-600?
    Your mother is still LPR?
    She has the legal custody, It is just possible uscis might have revoked your citizenship. But you should received a letter infoming you of this fact.

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  • nick83012
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    but when I applied for N600, then I went for interview, she said that according to my parents divorce paper, my mother has the legal custody when I was under age, is that meant my citizenship is being revoked?

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  • nick83012
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    but when I applied for N600, then I went for interview, she said that according to my parents divorce paper, my mother has the legal custody when I was under age, is that meant my citizenship is being revoked?
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