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    I have a question and I heard there are actually couple ways to become aka file for citizenship after 3 years.
    One is being married...
    But I also hear,even if you are not married,you do not always have to wait 5 years...so does anyone exactly know the options?
    Cause I know,people became citizen after being a resident of the US of 3 years,but not being married.Anyone???

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    I have a question and I heard there are actually couple ways to become aka file for citizenship after 3 years.
    One is being married...
    But I also hear,even if you are not married,you do not always have to wait 5 years...so does anyone exactly know the options?
    Cause I know,people became citizen after being a resident of the US of 3 years,but not being married.Anyone???

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      Not possible, unless serving overseas for the US government.
      The above is simply an opinion. Your mileage may vary. For immigration issues, please consult an immigration attorney.

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        I have a question and I heard there are actually couple ways to become aka file for citizenship after 3 years.
        One is being married...
        But I also hear,even if you are not married,you do not always have to wait 5 years...so does anyone exactly know the options?
        Cause I know,people became citizen after being a resident of the US of 3 years,but not being married.Anyone???
        I think you are referencing serving in the military where USC processing is made top priority, assuming you meet all the other qualifications.

        " If you are on active-duty status or were recently discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces, the continuous residence and physical presence requirements may not apply to you. You can find more information in the M-599 Naturalization Information for Military Personnel brochure. Every military base should have a point-of-contact to handle your naturalization application and certify a Form N-426, Request for Certification of Military or Naval Service. You must submit Form N-426 with your application forms. To get the forms you need, call the USCIS Forms Line at: 1-800-870-3676 and ask for the Military Packet. You can find the M-599 and Form N-426 at http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/services/natz/militarybrochurev7.htm."
        "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." John Adams on Defense of the boston Massacre

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