I want to become a Legal Citizen of the United State.
You would first apply for permanent residency either through employment or family based grounds. You may consult with an attorney to explore your options.
There are a few ways to achieve permanent residency, including family or employment-based options. You should consult with an attorney to examine your case and see what you may qualify for.
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Based on your question if you have a 90 day visa I assume it is ESTS not a visa. If it is ESTA there is a very limited number possibilities for obtaining permanent resident status. If you came as a non-immigrant there are many more opportunities however most take longer than temporary status as a visitor permits.
You must first become a lawful permanent resident before applying for US citizenship. To determine if you have a possibility of obtaining lawful permanent resident status contact an Immigration attorney for a confidential consultation.
A person admitted on ESTA / VW may only file a green card based on marriage to a US citizen.
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