Attorney Mooradian's client, an elderly individual, recently received her U.S. Citizenship through naturalizaiton despite medical disabilities. Mooradian worked together with her medical provider to obtain an N-648 due to memory loss. Shortly prior to the naturalization interview, it became clear that the client's mental status had declined and that she might not be able to answer questions relating to time and place. Mooradian consulted with her provider, who ultimately signed off on an oath waiver due to the client's inability to appreciate or understand the oath of citizenship.
The agency reviewed the medical documentation Mooradian had provided and then allowed her spouse to participate in the interview as her agent. The oath was completed, through the spouse, on the same day as the interview, and a Certificate of Naturalization was provided by mail.
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