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  • when can i start applying N-400 if i am a spouse of USC

    Hi all,
    Questions for you:
    I am the conditional green card holder because i married to my husband, a u.s. citizen. I have this card since 02/03/04. I know that i have to file I-751 to remove my condition 3 months before the expire date. When can i file N-400? 3 years after holding conditinal GC or 3 years after I holding permanent GC? What about my son? He came to America with me. Is he in the same situation with me?

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    Hi all,
    Questions for you:
    I am the conditional green card holder because i married to my husband, a u.s. citizen. I have this card since 02/03/04. I know that i have to file I-751 to remove my condition 3 months before the expire date. When can i file N-400? 3 years after holding conditinal GC or 3 years after I holding permanent GC? What about my son? He came to America with me. Is he in the same situation with me?

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    • #3
      90 days before 3 years anniversary as a resident. In your case 90 days before 02/03/07 or beginning of November of the next year.

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      • #4
        edgrapes,
        Thank you very much for your information.
        I have one more question, what about my son, he came to the U.S. with me. Can he file N-400 3 years after holding GC or he has to do so after 5 years holding permanent GC. Is there any website i can find those informations.
        Thank You again, edgrapes

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        • #5
          Your son will derive his citizenship from yours, the moment you become a citizen. You can apply for his US passport when you obtain your Certificate of Naturalization. To obtain his Certificate you'll need to file N600.

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          • #6
            Aibolit,
            Thank you very much for your information too.
            Is there any age restriction for my son. Does he have to be under 18 years old in order to file N-600?

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            • #7
              Yes, your son must be under 18 years to derive citizenship from you.

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              • #8
                Yes, your son must be under 18.

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                • #9
                  Hi, Aibolit
                  Thank you again. One more question for you.
                  If my son is 19 years old when i naturlized, assume that he cannot file N-600, does he have to wait 5 years to file N-400 for hisself, or 3 years is enough?

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