I derive citizenship from my mother who became a US citizen when I was 16 years old in 2001. i am currently incarcerated serving a prison sentence and wHEN I came to the prison, an ICE Agent interviewed me, i told him i derive citizenship through my mother but I haven's applied for it, so now I have a immigration hold. I want to apply for the N-600
You do not mention whether or not you already were or subsequently became a lawful permanent resident when your mother naturalized. It would be wise to double check your eligibility to file the N-600 before doing so. If you cannot consult with an immigration attorney by telephone or e-mail while incarcerated, you may wish to determine whether a family member or friend could do so on your behalf.
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