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this topic will help you with question part 2 Information about your eligibility for the united states citizenship application form n400 of uscis , Last Updated: Sun Jun 14, 2020
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if you are applying for citizenship, you might come across this question on your n400 form on Part 2. Information About Your Eligibility
you have these choices:
A. I have been a lawful permanent resident of the United States for at least five years
B. I have been a lawful permanent resident of the United States for at least five years, and I have been married to and living with the same U.S. Citizen for the last three years, and my spouse has been a U.S. Citizen for the last three years
C. I am applying on the basis of qualifying military service
D. Other (Explain)
The most common choice is A, but Also B
so what is the difference between A and B
well, A is for people who have a green card but they are not married to a U.S Citizen. For example, you got your green card from your parents. in this case, you can apply for citizenship after 5 years of being a Permanent Resident.
B is for people who got their green card by getting married to a US citizen. if you have been married to a US citizen, you can apply for citizenship after 3 years.