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If have 3 kids born in is and mom lives in us 10 years and came from prue, what is a way now for citizenship

1 Answers. Asked on Dec 29th, 2016 on Immigration - Kentucky
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Reacap: Ameriacan brings a women from prue, does not marry but has 3 kids by which all 3 born in kentucky, its been 10 years. How would one go aboit getting citizenship witjoit being deported or going back to prue. Thank you.
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Answered on Jan 03rd, 2017 at 4:13 AM

There is no direct path to citizenship. She would first need to become a lawful permanent resident. There is nothing in the information provided that indicates she is eligible for lawful permanent residence. Simply having U.S. citizen children is not enough. One of her children could only petition for her upon reaching the age of 21. There may be options depending upon more facts. I encourage her to consult an attorney about her situation. In the interim, you can read more about immigration at http://myattorneyusa.com/immigration-to-the-usa.

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