I suggest you contact a military recruitment office. There are expedited paths to citizenship for serving in the military.
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I do not believe that the US military is allowed to let foreign students join.
Did you consider a J visa for your residency?
Meet with an attorney to explore more options.
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Unless the military makes an exemption, you must be at least a legal permanent resident to join.
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