My marriage is 3yrs and 3 months old and my green card just got renewed for another year. So when can I apply for citizenship because marriage and green card is 3yrs now but my 10yrs green card is not yet with me in just have the notice of renewal.
You posted what appears to be an immigration question not in the immigration area of AVVO where immigration lawyers would see it but a credit card area where only bankruptcy, debt and criminal lawyers are. I'm not an immigration lawyer but will try and move the question to where it should be so the right lawyers see it.
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You may apply for citizenship now and there is no need to wait for the I-751 to be adjudicated.
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