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Did your father ever file a petition for you (I-130) while you were a minor?
Unfortunately his attaining citizenship at that time is not particularly beneficial to you in any way.
Unless of course he were to petition for your permanent residency now, which it appears he (or someone else) has already done, as you mentioned that you have your green card.
Since you already have your green card/ permanent residency, you just need to wait the requisite 3 or 5 years, and then file for your naturalization to receive your US citizenship.
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