My maternal great-grandfather was an american, he lived in the U. S. before my grandmother was born in Honduras out of wedlock, in 1907 but he recognized her as his daughter when she was a little girl,my mother was born in Honduras also in 1924,but she never had the american citizenship either,with the new provisions of INTCA,can I get my american citizenship.
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What is your Immigration status right now? Did your mother ever live in the US? Is she still living? Was your father a US citizen? Do you have any other family members that are US citizens?
my husband have a family petition from his sister who is an american,but we have 6 years waiting already,245i,my mother was here in the USA several times but as a tourist after i was born,she is still alive ,85 years old,my father is Honduran,but we were Illegitimate,I have a brother who is a Naturalized US citizen,my grandmother was here in US as a visitor several times too,but I know that before 1934 any women could not derived Citizenship to her children.We came here with visa too but we overstayed ,but my husband filed the petition before 245i expired.
You might have several options because of 245(i). Is there an employer willing to sponsor you or your husband?
My original question was if I can get U.S. citizen with the new provisions of INTCA Section 101 and Section 103 ,provided that I descend from an U S citizen.
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