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Citizenship denied because of medical debt

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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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I presume this is what you were told, but suspect you aren't possessed of true or accurate details. Govt would care about unpaid taxes, but naturalization application doesn't ask about other debt.

DIL should seek immigration counsel.

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