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I have a friend who just got her citizenship. She was born in Saipan before it became a US territory. She belongs to those group who was able to claim a citizenship and now finally received her US passport. She is unmarried with a kid. She lived in Saipan till her teen years then moved to the PH.

My questions are;

Will her kid be entitled with the US citizenship too by CRBA or she needs to file IR2?

If she will file IR, when will the kid be a US citizen? will that be upon arrival or after 5 years like the usual?

Since she does not have a domicile yet, i think she plans to go to Saipan and live there first since she has relatives there.

Can she petition her partner(for k1) and her kid so they could travel together?

IF she decided to go here instead, what should she do since she doesn't have a credit score to get anything?

Anyone on the same boat as her that could share their experience?

Another question probably not on the same topic is, does she needs to pay PH visa to stay and work there or should she just get dual citizenship or is it automatic?

Would appreciate your opinions! :)

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