Someone who was brought here at the age of 16 from Brazil, who is now 26, but not with the correct documentation. They were basically raised here, public high school, some college, and the parents no longer reside in this country. How does one apply for citizenship after being brought here then left? Immigration has taken over 10 months to respond to applications, says there are no time restrictions to responding to these type of applications, a real job with potential is needed to make a living but it seems there is no answer to this except go back home and start all over??? Besides marriage please...
You do understand, that simply living in the United States for a long span of time does not allow you to apply for citizenship? You mention that the applications been taking 10 months. I assume that means a daca applications filed last year. That is longer than it should take; contact USCIS customer service. Other than that, it is hard to say what else might help without sitting down for a full consultation.
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