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  1. thanks again, can i apply a US passport without saying im adopted (still answering thoughtfully when applying) or is it to late because i already apply n600 and got denied. i can show my birth certificate, my father birth certificate, my dad military service and working at US embassy at Philippines at the time i was born and after, proof he was here at US (notify letter from her sister) my dad dead certificate and whatever they require documents. thanks for looking
  2. Your father probably adopted you because he was not married to your mother and that's what Philippines law probably required at the time. "i dont understand why they denied my application for us citizenship." What did you apply for, the N-600? If yes, then you should know the N-600 Application for a Certificate of Citizenship is a complicated application requiring lots of specific evidence when the child was born overseas to a citizen father and an alien mother, especially when birth was outside of wedlock. USCIS may have denied you simply because of lack of proof. They did not deny merely because you were adopted by your father. Only a trained immigration attorney can look at what USCIS wrote as the reasons for denial and see if you could try applying again. If, on the other hand, you tried to apply for a green card through your father's petition for you, then you probably already know that when the petitioner who's a parent dies, the petition does not have validity anymore and must be denied. thanks to all you guys for your time, when i went for the interview that day all they want me to bring is my green card and my adoption paper which i have. i have all the document sumitted including my birth certificate, father military record(when and were he was) and more ok heres the review summary i got after my interview. their decision as follows 1. you were born on 12-11-58 2. you were adopted by your USC father on 7-31-59 3. your adoptive father was USC at birth 4. you were admitted to US as a permanent resident on 5-20-75 the facts thus show that you did not take the oath by your 18 b-day and is no longer elegible for section 321. furthermore you are ineligible to acquire a certificate of citizenship as you were over the age of 18 when you submiited your application for a certificate of citizenship. your application n-600 therefore must be and hereby denied. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -I dont understand they did not mention about my biological father (a USC at birth) on the review summary. - what is section 321? thanks again
  3. i dont understand why they denied my application for us citizenship. my father was US born citizen and my mother is Philippines citizen. i gave my birth certificate showing my biological father and adoptive father is the same person. i dont know why my father did petition me for adoption (his deceased now ) i can only guess because of Philippines law? thanks
  4. my parents not married, my mom died when i was born, my dad (biological father) adopted me when i was 7 months old to provide necessary protection, care and all legal intents. thanks john copello
  5. my parents not married, my mom died when i was born, my dad (biological father) adopted me when i was 7 months old to provide necessary protection, care and all legal intents. thanks john copello
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