Being a webcam model is not the same as being a prostitute. As long as your job is legal it should not be a factor. Check with a lawyer about your specific case.
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I am changing your practice area to Immigration Law in hopes you get some good answers from lawyers in that field.
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a webcam model may not affect the citizenship process if it does not promoting prostitution or selling porn. Nudity, may be an issue for good moral character.
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