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    After much cedula talk, there may be still more to learn.

    I cautioned my friend yesterday about her renewal , suggesting that recent changes to the process might make a switch to citizenship seem attractive.
    I pointed out the medical exam, etc.....

    She looked into it.
    She got residency in 1984. The grandfather clause is from 1985, she claims.
    She slipped the noose.

    I was shocked that you needed over 30 yrs seniority to br grandfathered.
    That's a loooong time.

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    What exactly is grandfathered in after 30 years?

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    you don't need to suffer the medical.... urine and blood tests.
    there may be more, not sure

    probably can even knock it off in one visit.....

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    Grandfather on the last go around was residency prior to 1995 not 85. At that time you skipped all the crap and renewed with just your residency passport and money. I had asked in another thread about exemptions now and Guzman indicated there were no exceptions any more. Will have to look up the link but was in legal. I was exempt in the last go around in residency requirements,


    here is the thread

    http://dr1.com/forums/showthread.php...man?highlight=

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    Check it it out.
    My friend did the search for this. I took her word.

    Might be 1995

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    After much cedula talk, there may be still more to learn.

    I cautioned my friend yesterday about her renewal , suggesting that recent changes to the process might make a switch to citizenship seem attractive.
    I pointed out the medical exam, etc.....

    She looked into it.
    She got residency in 1984. The grandfather clause is from 1985, she claims.
    She slipped the noose.

    I was shocked that you needed over 30 yrs seniority to br grandfathered.
    That's a loooong time.
    I read down but responding to the first. As far as I know, their are no medical tests for a Cedula. All you need is your Residence and your good.

    You MAY have to do a med. for the Residence... even though you did it "last time". The 10 year renewal rule was thrown out a few years ago and everyone had to start over.

    I don't know anything about a grandfather clause or if that has anything to due with a Cedula.

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    The cedula renewal I refer to is in conjunction with the residency renewal very four years.
    To my knowledge, that calls for blood and urine tests.

    I may be wrong.....
    Cedula renewal for citizen is different....Again to my knowledge 

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    That's it bienamor, 
    I mistakenly titled the thread Cedula, it's really a Residency issue.
    Whether anybody gets a 'pass' any more.

    Sorry to all for any confusion...... and my stupidity 

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