Yes, absolutely. In reading responses to this question there seems to be a good bit of confusion. My interpretation is that this bill applies specifically to adoptees who were adopted as children by US citizen parents but had already reached majority before 2000. The law passed in 2000 cleared a path for those adoptees who were still minors when that bill passed and all future adoptees but did not address adoptees also adopted as children but who had aged out before the 2000 bill passed. This bill is an attempt to rectify that. Here’s a hypothetical example of who could be helped. Suppose a family adopted 2 children a couple of years apart. Both were adopted as infants and raised here by American parents, but when the law was passed in 2000 one had already turned 18 while the other was still a minor. Under the 2000 law the younger sibling became eligible for citizenship but the older sibling was not granted this same privilege despite the only significant difference in their situation being a birthdate. The intent of this law is to correct this oversight. I can’t imagine why this loophole exists in the first place. Was it just sloppy work the first time around or something more sinister? Either way, individuals who were adopted by parents who are US citizens and were raised as Americans should be entitled to US citizenship. I don’t really see what all the ruckus is about. They were raised here and they belong here. So fix the dang loophole. And then while you’re at it fix DACA as well!