Go to www.uscis.gov and follow the links on naturalization.
They have great info pages .... and VIDEOS!!
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2 years and 9 months. Req's are to still be married to the same USC through you got your green card; be a person of good moral character & not be on any type of probation with a law enforcement agency; AND must have resided and been physically present in the US for at least half of the 2 yrs, 9 months.
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You can apply at 2 years and 9 months. More about Naturalization here: http://www.swagatusa.com/archives/776
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2 years 9 months after the effective date on your green card if you meet the general requirements and satisfy the 3-year rule: married to a us citizen for 3 years, living with same USC for 3 years, and the USC has been a USC for 3 years.
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