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Post by gringal on Fri Jul 02, 2010 2:14 pm

funnygirl wrote:Interesting, I thought there's only 2 years needed w/an FM2 and then you can either apply to be nationalized or a permant resident. Our lawyer told us we'd be able to vote w/the permanent residency. Hubby's paying into SS so he has more at risk if he nationalizes and can't collect the ss, if it's there. I'd personally rather nationalize having my life here.

I think you need a second lawyer opinion.

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Post by Rolly on Fri Jul 02, 2010 3:55 pm

It's 5 years.

Becoming a citizen of México has absolutely no effect on your US citizenship, SS or anything else, except you can't call on the USA government to help you if you get into trouble in México.

Inmigrado status gives one all the privileges of citizenship except the right to vote or hold political office.
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