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Hi fellow VJ's I have a question a couple lives in the middle East

her husband is US citizen by birth ( white Caucasian)

the husband works in middle east, and met his wife there, they got married

in the foreign country year 2012 where the wife lives, and they have a child of course

the child 2yrs old now,and is US citizen at once, and so with the wife? without waiting for

AOS, Removing Of Conditions, just this week she is now official US citizen

and why us here wait for AOS, ROC ( which taking so long) and after ROC

wait to become a US citizen, for her she did not wait for that 10 yrs , I believe they

had AOS last year which was able to come here to USA for vacation. but being a US citizen right

away is I have no idea... :idea:

I am just concern is there any favoritism in this country???

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So you're saying that the US shouldn't be biased toward american citizens?

Children of Filipino parents can easily get citizenship in the Philippines, too.


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So you're saying that the US shouldn't be biased toward american citizens?

Children of Filipino parents can easily get citizenship in the Philippines, too.

Hi, thanks for your comment, yes I knew children of a father who is a US citizen definitely a US citizen

even if they are in foreign land, but I have no idea with the wife?

as far as I knew wives here have to wait to AOS, ROC, but his wife did not as far as I knew the AOS

only, .. 6 months ago when they came here to USA and back again to mid east and after 6 months this November they

came back here for a vacation as the wife said, and now she is now official US citizen. :wow:

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Hi fellow VJ's I have a question a couple lives in the middle East

her husband is US citizen by birth ( white Caucasian)

the husband works in middle east, and met his wife there, they got married

in the foreign country year 2012 where the wife lives, and they have a child of course

the child 2yrs old now,and is US citizen at once, and so with the wife? without waiting for

AOS, Removing Of Conditions, just this week she is now official US citizen

and why us here wait for AOS, ROC ( which taking so long) and after ROC

wait to become a US citizen, for her she did not wait for that 10 yrs , I believe they

had AOS last year which was able to come here to USA for vacation. but being a US citizen right

away is I have no idea... :idea:

I am just concern is there any favoritism in this country???

I am sure there's alot you are leaving out. And where do you get 10 years from. Married to a USC is 3 years LPR residency fr a citizenship.

Yes the child is automatically a citizen through their father.

How long were they married when they filed. Over 2 years? That would be why n ROC.

Automatc citizenship fr her. Not through marriage. It's 3 years married to a USC or 5 years not married.

Why don't you ask them how she got her citizenship so fast. I guarantee it isn't favoritism.


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I am sure there's alot you are leaving out. And where do you get 10 years from. Married to a USC is 3 years LPR residency fr a citizenship.

Yes the child is automatically a citizen through their father.

How long were they married when they filed. Over 2 years? That would be why n ROC.

Automatc citizenship fr her. Not through marriage. It's 3 years married to a USC or 5 years not married.

Why don't you ask them how she got her citizenship so fast. I guarantee it isn't favoritism

I appreciate your response they got married January of 2012 in the foreign land.

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There is no way the wife got US citizenship in 2 years if they are living abroad all this time and he is not military.


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There is no way the wife got US citizenship in 2 years if they are living abroad all this time and he is not military.

Thanks for your comments, nope her husband is not a military just working mid east

that's why I was confused, I saw her pic in Washington office having an oath taking

as a US citizen and living abroad ???

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Thanks for your comments, nope her husband is not a military just working mid east

that's why I was confused, I saw her pic in Washington office having an oath taking

as a US citizen and living abroad ???

There are only three ways this is possible:

1- she derived her citizenship from another relative whom you are not aware of (an American mother or father).

2- her husband is doing "special" work for the U.S. government that you are not aware of (not necessarily military).

3- she has done something to assist the US in terms of national security.

The race of the husband is irrelevant.

The nationality of the wife may be a factor... there are certain expedited classifications for people who have played a role in assisting the US in countries like Iraq.


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There are only three ways this is possible:

1- she derived her citizenship from another relative whom you are not aware of (an American mother or father).

2- her husband is doing "special" work for the U.S. government that you are not aware of (not necessarily military).

3- she has done something to assist the US in terms of national security.

The race of the husband is irrelevant.

The nationality of the wife may be a factor... there are certain expedited classifications for people who have played a role in assisting the US in countries like Iraq.

thanks for your reply, hmm it could be :idea: but anyway just keep on waiting till it expires :clock:

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Excuse me peps her husband works in dubai not related to military US services, but an employee for a construction in dubai

and they're back to dubai, I thought that if you live in foreign land you could not get citizenship from marriage, but this

is exclusive" for them I guess, i just ask her they only stayed in USA for 3 weeks for her interview & test for naturalization. :idea:

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Man. You have no idea on how they got their passport. Further, quit snooping around. We're talking about a US passport here, not a Philipino or Indian or Ukrainian. Maybe her works for CIA? How'd you know?

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