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Eligibility for naturalization from K1

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Hi,

 

Just wanted to know if I can already apply for naturalization, I entered the US through K1 visa in 2016 and been married with my wife for 3 years.  On my 10 year green card my, it states that my residency started on 4/21/16 so I guess that’s more than 3 years??? Just want to make sure if I can, cause I am applying a job for the VA as a nurse and they require US citizenship.

Thanks for all the input! 

 

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If you are in the process for or already completed you (ROC) removal of conditions then, yes you can file for naturalization.


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4 hours ago, Unlockable said:

If you are in the process for or already completed you (ROC) removal of conditions then, yes you can file for naturalization.

I am done with ROC and already receive my 10 year GC. And thank you for confirming 👍

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