We Married March 16, 2011.and applied green card.
1. April 2011-----applied green card ( I-130, i485) DENIED
2. Sep,2013 -----applied green card again(I-130, I-485) Sep, 2013 DENIED
3. April, 2015----- applied Vawa (I-360) APPROVED
4. May 2016 ----- applied Green card APPROVED (Feb, 2017) (10 years)
One must be a permanent resident for three years, based on marriage to a US citizen or VAWA based on marriage to a US citizen, before one can file for naturalization. You have been a lawful permanent resident for one month, not three years.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
No, you are not eligible until you have been married to a USC as a LPR for 3 years, not from the date of the marriage or the date the petition started.
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