hi , I'm applying for adjustment of status with USCIS. I'm a citizen of Israel and entered US on my Israeli passport. I do have a Russian citizenship in addition to the Israeli one since I was born there and never renounced it. I don't have a valid Russian passport and didn't live there since I was a child. Should I even mention the Russian citizenship on the AOS forms (i-485, G-325A...) or just the Israeli one?
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You would want to designate the country that you last resided in, & have a valid passport with, if you have dual citizenship.
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