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Does being unemployed and having foreclosure prohibits me from becoming a US citizen?

Recently, I got laid off from my job and now I’m receiving unemployment from the state. I still have foreclosure under my name. I just wanna know if these factors will prohibit me from becoming a US citizen? Please help. Thanks in advance.

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2 Responses to "Does being unemployed and having foreclosure prohibits me from becoming a US citizen?"

  1. mabfe says:
    I hope so. You would be a complete deadbeat and God knows my tax dollars support enough of those already. Stay in your own country. We don’t need any more of you here.
  2. apontenj says:
    yea it will hinder your chances

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