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Hi guys.. :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: Me again.. Ok here's the scenario.. my daughter was born before her father became a us citizen. Now my question is, is it possible for us to get her a US passport even before her dad got his citizenship..? If yes..how? whom?

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No. Sorry. Though you can apply for her citizenship once she gets to the US with an immigrant visa.

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Hi guys.. :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: Me again.. Ok here's the scenario.. my daughter was born before her father became a us citizen. Now my question is, is it possible for us to get her a US passport even before her dad got his citizenship..? If yes..how? whom?

THANKS A BUNCH GUYZ (L) (L) (L) (L)

No coz the biological father was not a USC at the time of the child's birth. U can get her a US passport when u apply for your citizenship as well or after she gets here through her visa.

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Hi guys.. :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: Me again.. Ok here's the scenario.. my daughter was born before her father became a us citizen. Now my question is, is it possible for us to get her a US passport even before her dad got his citizenship..? If yes..how? whom?

THANKS A BUNCH GUYZ (L) (L) (L) (L)

No. Your daughter cannot get a US passport before her dad becomes a US citizen. I presume you are not a US citizen.

Generally, US passports are only issued to US citizen. There is no way your daughter can get a US passport while your husband is not a US citizen.

In order for your daughter to qualify for a US passport is to derive US citizenship from her US citizen father. In order for your daughter to be a US citizen, she must meet all four conditions of the Child Citizenship Act. 1) have a US citizen parent by birth or naturalization, 2) be under age 18, 3) be an LPR (i.e., enter the US on an immigration visa or adjust status in the US), and 4) live in the custody of the US citizen parent.

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