How do you determine if a citizen is eligible for citizenship?
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When I was about 12 years old, my parents came to visit us at a resort in the mountains of North Carolina.
As I watched my mom and dad go through the passport process, I wondered, what happens if they are not born here?
After all, I’m American, I said.
What happens if I have a brother who is a U.S. citizen?
Would I have to wait for them to complete the process to become American?
Or would they just get a green card?
That was the question that the immigration attorney who helped me get citizenship in 2005 and 2006 had to ask me.
We discussed it, and he was adamant that the answer was “yes.”
I didn’t know how to answer.
It was the first time I’d heard of citizenship.
When I learned more about it in my twenties, I became interested in applying for citizenship.
And as my family and friends continued to get involved in the process, it was clear that citizenship was gaining traction in the U.K. After all the talk about its benefits, some people had trouble grasping the concept. When the U
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