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  1. If you can become an authorized user on another credit card (of your spouse, or another relative who is willing to help), that will help build your credit score
  2. Depending on your state, plans offered, etc - you may be able to get a very affordable plan via the exchange. Note that HMO plans are similar to how medical plans work in the UK (need a referral from your GP to see most specialists), and these plans are generally much cheaper than PPOs (which allow you to go to your specialist directly)
  3. Spain has special rules regarding dual citizenship (restrictions, etc). Many people misinterpret "immigration" and getting LPR status as actually getting a new citizenship. I'd hope it wasn't as simple as that, but you'd be surprised how many people think this.
  4. Apparently a judge ruled that he is a citizen (per the article, but still) Is that given the same weight as an N-600?
  5. Good point. I should have done more research before posting this. OP, please see the other posts, which are applicable to your case.
  6. https://www.tucsonsentinel.com/local/report/082517_marine_deportation/decorated-marine-vet-may-deported-despite-likely-us-citizenship/ https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/sep/01/george-ybarra-veteran-deportation-mexico-arizona This is an interesting and obscure case from a few years ago. Does anybody know what parts of the INA apply here?
  7. I was mistaken and accept that. I misunderstood expeditious naturalization and acquisition of citizenship/citizenship by descent.
  8. Fair enough. The intention was to bring up something that may potentially help the OP based on the articles cited (which discuss obscure parts of the INA) not just "throw stuff out there". Anyways, I will do more research next time.
  9. Just trying to explore all options. No harm in at least reviewing things first...
  10. It would be cheaper, and quicker, assuming the OP had the requisite proof Plus, technically you can't submit an I-130 for a US citizen beneficiary Do they have to come to the US first? https://www.shusterman.com/citizenshipthroughparents2/
  11. I thought it was similar to this situation, where they were residing outside of the US as well https://www.shusterman.com/citizenshipthroughparents2/
  12. More info: https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB119249790610260189
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