I AM INELIGIBLE AT THIS TIME ACCORDING INA 101(F)(6) AND 316(A)(3) AND TITLE 8.CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS (8CFR), SECTIONS 316.10 AND (B)(2)(VI)
IT ALSO SAYS I DID NOT SHOW GOOD MORAL CHARACTER FOR 5 YEARS PRIOR TO THE FORM N-400 WAS FILED. DOES IT MEAN I CAN APPLY AGAIN AFTER 5 YEARS OF HAVING GOOD CHARACTER?
depends on the facts no the law you cite. Talk to an immigration attorney.
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You need to consult an immigration attorney. It is best to have a private consultation. Waiting 5 years does not necessarily mean you can re-apply.
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It depends on why there was a finding that you do not have good moral character.
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You need to resolve the issue of ineligibility before taking any action. More details about your ineligibility is required in order to give an accurate assessment of your matter. It is highly recommended that you consult with an attorney in order to evaluate and recommend appropriate options.