Sabina Becomes a Citizen When She Thought She Couldn't!
Sabina, 70 years old, from Iraq, was resettled in Boise in July of 2008 as a refugee following the Iraq war that started in 2003.
Sabina and her two sisters were among several Iraqi minorities who were resettled in Boise Idaho.
In early July 2013 Sabina and her two sisters decided to apply for citizenship as they have reached the 5 years of residency requirement. During the applications the two sisters decided that Sabrina will apply for a medical waiver since she was senior. After visiting her family doctor about the medical waiver her medical doctor referred her to a specialist for more test. Sabina decided that she will rather study the book then visiting doctors for medical waiver. A week later she came to office and informed me that she was not seeking a medical waiver and she will try to take the test without it. A month later Sabina has successfully passed her citizenship and she got naturalized on September of 2013. Now Sabina is a U.S. citizen and she is already planning a trip out of the U.S. to visit relatives next year.
For more information about our Immigration Services, contact Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representative Rabiou Manzo, email@example.com, 208-344-1792.