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From Elaine Witty
Michael Aytes's Interoffice Memorandum, Re:Adjudication of Form N-648
Donald Neufeld's Interoffice Memorandum, Re: Guidance Clarifying the Adjudication of Form N-648
INA 312 Requirements as to understanding the English language, history, principles, and form of Government of the United States
Literacy requirements and knowledge of history and government of the United States.
8 CFR 312 Educational requirements for naturalization
Adjudicator's Field Manual (AFM) subchapter 72.2(d)(5) Adjudication Guildelines for the Form N-648
From Lindsay Curcio
INA Sec. 320
INA Sec. 322
Oath of renunciation and allegiance
8 CFR 337.1 (b) Modified Oath
William Yates, "Procedures for Handling Naturalization Applications of Aliens Who Voted Unlawfully or Falsely Represented Themselves as U.S. Citizens by Voting or Registering to Vote"
1. Maria is 27 year old graduate student who retains your firm to assist her with her naturalization application. As you interview Maria, you learn that she was born in Peru on March 20, 1983. She became a permanent resident with her mother and father in 1991. Maria has lived in the U.S. since 1991. She tells you her father naturalized in 1997. What else would you discuss with Maria to determine if she already obtained U.S. citizenship through the Child Citizenship Act?
2. Same facts as above but this time your client Maria was born on March 20, 1980. If her father naturalized in 1997, but her mother did not, is Maria a U.S. citizen? What must she show to qualify?
From Terrence Olsen
Applicant's legal incompetency during statutory period.
Chapter 74 of USCIS Adjudicator's Field Manual
Requirements of Naturalization
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