If my daughter has an American father but we are divorced, can she still be naturalized?
Question Details: Her father has been living in CA for 4 years prior to that in Mexico since he was born he holds American and Mexican passports. My daughter and I live in Mexico I am Mexican and I want her to study junior high school in UT. During this stay is it possible for her to get naturalized without living with his father but having him as his sponsor? What are the options she has to make this legal?
Can you please clarify a few more points. Was the father born in the US? Was he born in Mexico to US citizen parents? Were you married to the father at the time of the child's birth? How old is the child? Did the child ever live with the father? For how long?
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