I’ve looked in the archives and didn’t see anything on this - are naturalized relatives supposed to be listed as foreign contacts? I have Filipina aunts who have been naturalized U.S. citizens for probably 15-20 years now. I see them for major holidays when the family comes together, but not much outside of Thanksgiving and Christmas. We are also Facebook friends, but we only talk when I see them in person at the aforementioned holidays.
Since they are naturalized, I did not put them on my SF-86 that I submitted this year (still waiting for a secret). I remembered recently that when I had a clearance for an internship in 2015, my investigator during my interview told me that I was supposed to list them in the foreign contacts section (I still got the clearance). I thought that was odd, because they’ve been naturalized, so they are now U.S. citizens.
But was the investigator correct? I have yet to have my interview for my current process, so if the general consensus is that I should have listed them, I will definitely bring it up.