Hi, I got my permanent resident card on 11/26/2008. Can I file for Citizenship on 08/28/2013? If yes,why on the USCIS web page they do not mention it ,and they say it needs to be at least 5 years or 3 years if the person is married to US citizen?
Generally the answer to your question is yes you are eligible to apply 4 years and 9 months after being a green card holder. However, it is best to consult an immigration attorney before applying for citizenship.
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You may file your naturalization application 3 months prior to your 5-year anniversary of being a permanent resident. I have no idea about the USCIS website, but as you will see from my answer as well as that of my colleagues, you may file 3 months before your 5-year anniversary.
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Yes, if you meet all the other requirements.
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You may apply for U.S. Citizenship 90 days before your required residency requirement (five if your are an LPR, and three if you are an LPR married to a USC). Not every procedural immigration nuance of the U.S. Immigration law practice is ready available at the official sites.
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Assuming you meet the other requirements, yes, you can. Perhaps USCIS didn't want to cause confusion.
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