Did you have a green card at the time when your mom became a citizen? Did you turn 18 after February 27, 2001? And did you live with her, did she have custody? If you can answer all this with yes you might very well be a citizen.
Wolf W. Kaufmann
Southern California Immigration Attorney
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Mr Kaufmann is correct. HIre an attorney to look at the dates and application of the law
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You may be a citizen and you may not. The law is different depending on when you were born, but generally they require that you were a lawful permanent resident before your mom naturalized. It also matters if your parents were married before you were born. If you are a Citizen you could prove it to the U.S. Passport office and not have to seek naturalization. Speak with an immigration attorney. I am currently working on a similar case it seems to be a question that has come up a several times in my practice.
Andre Olivie, Esq.
Seattle Immigration Lawyer
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