I have been living here in the U.S since 1997.I have acquired my Greencard in 2001.. ever since 2008 I go back and fourth to the Philippines to try and finish my studies there..but i never surpassed more than 6 months of stay in the Philippines until 2011..I stayed exactly 6 months in the Philippines because it was so hard to get a plane ticket back to u.s..I filed for citizenship on August 26. did my interview on December 14..I waited for so long to get my oath taking ceremony done and finally get my blue passport, but i received a letter saying i was denied because i lacked days ( 2 months to be exact)..I filed for citizenship on august but i should've filed on November. I miscalculated the days..My morale just went to an all time low..
I agree with Atty Capriotti.
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