If i have my gay marriage in the US, will i become a citizen? In a state that it's legal in, of course.
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Your spouse would still need to apply for your permanent residence and you and your spouse would of course, have to meet the rest of the standard immigration legal requirements.
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Yes, provided you meet the rest of the legal requirements.
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