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Court Finds Dominican Petitioner Born to Unwed Parents Is Not Eligible for Derivative Citizenship Through His Father’s Naturalization


The Second Circuit upheld the BIA’s decision affirming the IJ’s finding that the LPR petitioner, who was born in the Dominican Republic to unwed parents, was ineligible for derivative citizenship through his father’s naturalization, because he was not a legitimated “child” as the term is defined in INA §101(c)(1) and used in former INA §321(a).

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