Kansas Army veteran can’t get his adopted daughter citizenship

Patrick Schreiber, a retired Army lieutenant colonel who has served for 27 years with six tours of duty, adopted his Korean-born daughter when she was 17. But immigration officials said it was too late to get her citizenship.
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Patrick Schreiber, a retired Army lieutenant colonel who has served for 27 years with six tours of duty, adopted his Korean-born daughter when she was 17. But immigration officials said it was too late to get her citizenship.

Judge’s ruling may force Kansas Army officer’s adopted Korean daughter to leave U.S.

September 28, 2018 06:27 PM