Meet the newest citizen of The United States of America: Tristan Thompson.
Tristan, who was born in Canada, was sworn in as an American citizen earlier this week.
According to United States Citizen and Immigrant Services, the NBA star became a full-fledged citizen on Nov. 24.
"I came to the US on a student visa and have always had big dreams. I'm now truly living the American dream," the USCIS quoted Tristan as saying.
The citizenship comes just days after Tristan signed a 2-year, $19 million contract with the Boston Celtics. The contract, though, will have little significance on his living situation with girlfriend Khloe Kardashian.
Last week, reports said the reality TV star has no plans to move from Los Angeles to Boston so that she and 2-year-old True, the daughter Khloe and Tristan share, can be closer to him.
True, TMZ said, has a routine in L.A. and Khloe doesn't want to mess with it. Plus, her cousins are all in California. Tristan, the report states, is completely on board with the decision for Khloe and True to remain in the Golden State.
Khloe and Tristan will maintain in a long-distance relationship.
The couple has certainly been down this road before, as she often traveled to Cleveland when he was playing for the Cavaliers (True was actually born in Cleveland). The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star's back-and-forth between Los Angeles and Cleveland halted when Tristan was caught cheating on her. The two worked it out, but Tristan was again involved in another cheating scandal a few months later, this time with Jordyn Woods, who was Kylie Jenner's BFF at the time.
Khloe spoke openly about her heartbreak following the Jordyn incident, but said she wouldn't forbid Tristan from seeing their daughter. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Khloe and Tristan reconciled.