Not enough info to provide a meaning response. Where are the kids? Who do they reside with presently? How did they enter the US?etc.
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You will need to talk to an immigration attorney. If the kids are still under 21, she can file for visas for them, and when they are here as permanent residents, and living with her (in her legal and physical custody), and she gets her citizenship, they become US citizens if they are still under 18 at that time. She should start the filing process now though. It is never assured that someone will get citizenship, a green card holder can file for their kids, and there are visa delays for children of permanent residents. Talk to a good attorney!
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She can file for them to immigrate and upon their arrive, as children of a U.S. citizen, they will be derivative citizens.
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The children can become citizens upon their mother's naturalization so long as they have not yet turned 18 years of age. However, you should consult a lawyer and arrange for the specific details to be reviewed. Immigration law is complex and it's easily worth using a lawyer whenever a person seeks an immigration benefit.
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