Eligibility to Apply for Naturalization for Someone with Re-Entry Permit

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A green card holder must be a permanent U.S. resident for at least 5 years to be eligible to apply for naturalization. A viewer asks Atty Lou about their particular situation: if a potential candidate for citizenship has been in and out of the U.S. – how does it affect their application for citizenship? Watch video below to hear Atty Lou’s response.

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