The only way to become a citizen in less than five years is if you got your green card through a U.S. citizen spouse and you are still married to and living with that person. In that case, you can apply for citizenship in three years instead of five.
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The only way to become citizen faster is through marriage with a US citizen or military service in active troops...
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he is probably residing with a USC spouse. This is how.
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Your friend was probably married to a US citizen and got his green card through his spouse.
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