After five years of permanent residency you can apply for citizenship.
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Not quite clear on who you are asking for. If your daughter is the LPR and she remains married to her US Citizen husband she can apply for citizenship within 3 years. This should help bump your priority date on the petition she filed for you. Consult an experienced immigration attorney.
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I agree with my colleagues. You can apply for US citizenship after 5 years in your situation. Good Luck.
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You can apply for US Citizenship if you have been a permanent residence for at least 5 years. You can submit your Naturalization application 90 days prior to the 5 year mark.
My office handles naturalization applications -- and is located in Irvine, between Jamboree and MacArthur, and on the border of Newport Beach.
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