She entered US 55 years ago as Resident alien after marrying a service member in Germany. After many years they divorced, but she married an American citizen who she remained married to until his passing several years ago. She worked legally for many, many years until retiring and accepting her accrued SS Benefits. However as she approaches her 80th she has expressed a sincere desire to obtain citizenship..
She would need a fee waiver if one is available...
No fee available and she will need a licensed attorney 100%.
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