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    Question Citizenship/SSN question

    So my coworker is American and wants to know some recommendations on how to help his daughter who was born in Bermuda to get an SSN so that she can go to college in the US more conveniently. He said that the SSN office told him that he needs a "born abroad" (don't know if that's the right term) form, but I think he is not clear on how to go about this. He says that she was born and raised outside the US, but had already gone to a US high school for two years and now wants to get a US college education.

    Has anybody ever done something similar to this or does anyone have some recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ View Post



    .....I see....

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    Seriously, no comments?

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    He might need to file a N-600 form for his daughter.

    http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/N-600.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire Engine View Post
    He might need to file a N-600 form for his daughter.

    http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/N-600.pdf
    ditto, btw why the chile aint have the passport as yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneshot View Post
    ditto, btw why the chile aint have the passport as yet?
    No idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire Engine View Post
    He might need to file a N-600 form for his daughter.

    http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/N-600.pdf
    Thanks a lot, will pass the info on.

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    I concur

    Quote Originally Posted by Fire Engine View Post
    He might need to file a N-600 form for his daughter.

    http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/N-600.pdf
    Your coworker needs to legitimately register citizenship for his daughter if he is an American. The process is quite simple and not lengthly at all.

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