Client was born in Mexico but was the biological son of U.S. citizen parents. His father lived in the U.S. at the time of his birth and his mother had brought him to the U.S. through the Mexican border when he was two months old. He had remained in the U.S. since his entry almost sixty years earlier and had always believed to be a U.S. citizen. He was now being refused his employment benefits as he had no proof of his citizenship. Our attorneys filed an N-600 Application and submitted documents with the application establishing that the applicant was the child of U.S. citizen parents, born outside of the U.S. with one parent residing in the U.S. prior to his birth. Our attorneys argued that since our client met all the aforementioned requirements, he was already a U.S. citizen and must be provided with a certificate of citizenship verifying the same. USCIS agreed with our position and our client’s N-600 Application was approved.