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My boyfriend and his sister who is one year younger came here with their mom at ages 7 and 6. He is currently in jail fighting to prove his U.S. citizenship but they have not bothered his sister. He and his sister applied for US passports at the same time and were both issued them. He was arrested shortly after and charged with perjury for claiming to be a citizen. His sister is free and still travels freely on her US passport. Both siblings became citizens through "derivation" after their mom became a citizen. How can Homeland Security say that one sibling is a citizen and one is not if they came here together under the same circumstances and the same parent?