Citizenship

Naturalization after Extended Absence

What is the USCIS approach to an application for Naturalization that shows that the applicant has continually resided in the U.S. for several years in addition to the statutory period, but might have had a prior extended absence after becoming an LPR?

These applications are decided on a case-by-case basis.

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