There is no difference in naturalization path, based on the reason for which you become an LPR.
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If you read the USCIS instructions to the N-400 form, you will see a list of the documents you must attach to your application. Go to uscis.gov, click on 'forms' and look at the instructions there. Good Luck!
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There is a general list of documents included in the instructions to the form N-400, however, you may need other documents, based on the individual details of your case. It is always best to hire an immigration attorney to avoid mistakes on the front end.
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