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You do understand, that simply living in the United States for a long span of time does not allow you to apply for citizenship? You mention that the applications been taking 10 months. I assume that means a daca applications filed last year. That is longer than it should take; contact USCIS customer service. Other than that, it is hard to say what else might help without sitting down for a full consultation.
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You asked it before. I told you then, you might be eligible for DACA.
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