You can go to uscis.gov for a list of the documents you will need. Generally it is best to have a valid passport and consult an immigration attorney.
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Absolutely you can. Having a still valid national passport of the country of your soon to become former nationality is NOT a requirement when filing for citizenship. I have some Mexican clients who never had the passports in their lives And a few who don't even know what a Passport really is.
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Yes, but it is always prudent to have a valid passport.
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Yes. Check the N-400 form instructions, USCIS.GOV.
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