My father became a U.S. Citizen in 2002 and I was under age 18.
Not if you are a US citizen.
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No. Absolutely not. Useless waste of money and effort. Immediately file Form N-600 (carefully read the instructions!) and apply for your Certificate of Citizenship. At same time also go to the passport office and apply for a US passport. As proof take your parent's naturalization certificate, as well as your birth certificate and translation. If any other documents will be needed, the passport office will let you know.
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Not only should you NOT renew the greencard ... it is illegal for you to do so ... assuming you're a US citizen.
Do you have a Certificate of Citizenship.
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No you don't need to do this anymore (and shouldn't be doing it) - you are now free of this obligation! One of the benefits of U.S. citizenship. Congratulations!
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Assuming you qualify for the Child Citizenship Act, you should get a US passport and you should not renew your green card.
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