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  1. Our daughter-in-law came to the United States legally from Guatemala in the 1990's. And has been here mostly since, except for returning to Guatemala for a college degree, and a couple of times for medical care. She has been married to our son almost six years. We are native Americans, (white). She speaks fluent English and has a college degree. She has been denied citizenship because of one hospitalization for a serious acute illness in Las Vegas almost 3 years ago when she had no insurance. The bill is astronomically high. What are the rules for citizenship in a case like this? Thank you very much.
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