My wife is going through the process of changing her passport as she is applying for her Singapore passport. While we wait for the Singapore passport to come through, can we go ahead and apply for her dependent green card here in the US? Are there any concerning aspects for this?
I don't see why not.
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An immigration attorney should be able to make this a painless process.
The process will be different if she is 'giving up' one citizenship, or just getting a 2nd one.
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I do not know why you need to go through all this hassle of a Singapore passport if she want to have a green card, but yes.
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