Melania Trump’s parents reportedly seeking US citizenship
The Slovenian couple visited a US federal building with an immigration lawyer but have made no comment on why.
First lady Melania Trump’s parents have visited a US federal building with their immigration lawyer amid speculation they are seeking US citizenship.
The Slovenian couple had no comment on Wednesday afternoon after about an hour-long meeting in the New York building which houses offices for federal immigration officials who help process citizenship applications.
Lawyer Michael Wildes said Viktor and Amalija Knavs are lawful permanent residents of the US.
The lawyer and the White House have declined to comment on whether the first lady’s parents are seeking to become US citizens.
A spokeswoman for the first lady declined to comment on Wednesday saying Mrs Trump’s parents are not part of the Trump administration and deserve their privacy.
Republican President Donald Trump has pushed to restrict immigration.