Margaret Doughty, 64, of Palacios, Texas applied to become a citizen of the United States, but on her application she did not agree to bear arms in defense of the United States because she was morally opposed to killing. Naturalization applicants are required to swear such an an oath, but conscientious objectors can obtain an exemption.
she did get approved and the religion aspect was dropped.http://dividedundergod.com/2013/06/20/margaret-doughty-awarded-citi...
Whoever was requiring her to join a church was (a) disobeying the explicit law of the US and (b) making no sense because many people are religious without belonging to any church.
LOL I found this funny. Apparently you can't be a conscientious objector without a religion. Nonsense. But yea she did get approved.