Q: My fiance's family moved to the US when he was 1 y.o. Is there any possibility that he can get the citizenship?
Hello. I have recently heard about your free legal services. My fiancé and I are in the process of moving to a small town in my country. We are just at the beginning, so your advice would be very important to us. Namely, my fiance's family migrated to the US (from North America), when he was only 1 year old. He grew up there, went to school. He speaks English as his first language (he's a native speaker). Even though he's undocumented, he has never left the country. He is been living there for almost 30 years now. Unlike him, his 3 year younger brother and 4 year younger sister have the citizenship. I'm an European, we've been planing to live in my home country. However, if he leaves the US, he will most likely be facing 10 year old bar. I was wondering if there is any way for him to get apply for the citizenship and get it? Would he (or his parents) be prosecuted? The idea that he wont be able to visit the only place he truly know sounds quite scary? Is there any solution? Thank you
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