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    Nov 27, 2010, 09:45 AM
    I need to renew my mother's u.s. military issued passport
    My mother was born 1936 in Japan of a Korean father and Japanese mother. She married my U.S. born father who was a Marine in Iwakuni, Japan in 1964. She moved to the U.S. with him in 1968 where he retired in 1980. They have since divorced. I would like to take her to visit Japan but she has an expired U.S. (U.S. Military Family?) issued passport which had expired many years ago. She has resided here since 1968 but is not a U.S. citizen. I am frankly not sure of her citizenship because I am not familiar with Japanese nationality laws due to her parent's interracial marriage. How do I go about getting her a passport of some kind so that she can travel and return to the U.S. She is also not sure of her nationality (whether she is considered Korean or Japanese). Her birth certificate was destroyed during WWII but somehow my father obtained the necessary documents to bring her here to the U.S. She was born in Kyoto, Japan and has never been to Korea. She was educated and lived in Japan her whole life until her marriage to my father. She does have a U.S. green card that was issued due to her marriage to my father.

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