13 months

You can be a citizen.  But you still have to prove it.  Otherwise, you might be detained.  Oh well.

By the way, I have a new policy for dealing with international adoptive parents who want to argue that their children don’t need proof of citizenship.  Because you all are pissing me off.

2 thoughts on “13 months

  1. Didn’t encounter this ignorance about proof of citizenship when I became an AP in 2002. We were told of the risks in not taking care of that very early and often.

    The process seemed to change between 2002 and 2004. Both took months, as all dealings with the INS seem to.

    The story you link to is tragic. Too much power in the wrong hands?

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