If you obtained your green card thru derivative asylee status, and otherwise meet the statutory requirements for citizenship, then yes, you could apply for citizenship. Talk to a lawyer in your area.
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Hi generally 4 years after receiving the green card because the 1 year as an asylee counts towards the 5 years you need to wait before applying for citizenship if you're not married to a US citizen.
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5 years from the date your card shows you became a legal permanent resident.
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I agree with my colleagues. I have assisted N-400 applicants with the naturalization process. If you have any questions feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am an attorney located in Portland, Oregon. Good luck to you and your husband!
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