Is it true or false immigrants who are not yet citizens are known as agents?

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Immigration enforcement agent?

The immigration enforcement agent works under the Department ofImmigration. They are tasked with the responsibilities of ensuringthat all immigrants meet the required standards and are legallyallowed entry into the country.

What must immigrants do to become citizens?

1. Family-based: A U.S. citizen or a legal. permanent resident (a "green card" holder). sponsors a family member for immigration.. Waiting periods for obtaining such visas vary. depending on the closeness of the family. relationship, and can be lengthy, because a. limited number of visas are (MORE)

Can an immigrant marry a US citizen?

Anybody can marry a US citizen, provided that they have a valid and legal immigrant status in the US. If not, then they may have to face unnecessary deportation and other problems when reapplying to enter the US. An illegal alien does NOT attain US citizenship simply by virtue of a marriage ceremo (MORE)

Is 'This statement is false' true or false?

If the statement is false, then "This statement is false", is a lie, making it "This statement is true." The statement is now true. But if the statement is true, then "This statement is false" is true, making the statement false. But if the statement is false, then "This statement is false", is (MORE)

How does immigrants become a US Citizen?

First you have to apply for citizenship, then you have to get a green card, next you wait a long time to get an interview with the naturalization and immigration services and then you have to study for a test of your abilities. Then you take the test about our nations history and then you have to pr (MORE)

True or false Germany Italy and later Japan were known as the Allies?

False, they were the Axis. True . The term "ally" or "allies" (without cap's) refers to a group of countries who join together to support and defend each other. Therefore, they were allies. The name of this alliance of Germany, Italy and Japan was called the Axis , which, I think, was first used (MORE)

Thrombocytes are also known as platelets true or false?

true STANDARD HEMATOLOGY: Platelets, or thrombocytes , are small, colorless, enucleated bodies. They are produced in the bone marrow by fragmentation of megakaryocytes. Megakaryocytes are large cells found in bone marrow that produce platelets by fragmenting their cytoplasm. Platelets play a vit (MORE)

Is it true or false Jesus Christ is the second member of the trinity equal with the Father in nature and yet submissive in duty?

Roman Catholics believe false, because we believe Jesus is not submissive in duty. Additional answer Not only Roman Catholics - all Christians believe that Jesus is equal with the Father and Holy Spirit but has a different role rather than a submissive one. For example, onlt the Father knows the (MORE)

George Pullman is best known for his passenger elavator invention true or false?

False, he was best known for his Pullman sleeping car. The sleeping car, aka sleeper, is a railroad passenger car that can accommodate all its passengers in beds, primarily to make nighttime travel more easier to sleep. The first cars were used on American railroads in the 1830s. They could also (MORE)

What do immigrants have to do to become citizens?

A foreign national must apply for permanent residential status (Green card) before he or she can apply for citizenship rights. A single adult/person must have 5 years of eligibility as a permanent resident before he or she can apply for citizenship. A person married to a U.S. citizen that holds PR (MORE)

What is the process in which an immigrant becomes a citizen?

Through the naturalization process immigrant becomes a US citizen.For that immigrant needs to be a green card holder 18 years and above of age and must have stayed minimum 5 years as physical continuous residence in US before applying for US citizenship. Applicants must remain in their state or USCI (MORE)

What is done if function is one in which the action to be taken for the true or false case includes yet another If function?

You insert the second IF function into the first one, creating what is called a nested If. Another IF can be put in the True or False part of an existing IF function. In as situation where there is a need for another IF when the first condition is true, the structure could then be something like thi (MORE)

Do US citizen immigrate to Mexico?

Yes. Over 750,000 US Citizens currently live in Mexico (taking advantage of dual citizenship laws) and over 1 million Americans have a residence in Mexico (from which at least 250,000 are known as snowbirds ).

Was Shortening a familys surname was common practice on Ellis Island when immigrants arrived. true or false?

FALSE! When prospective immigrants arrived at a European port totake a ship to the United States, the shipping companies wererequired by U.S. law to prepare a complete list of all thepassengers. The employees of the shipping companies wrote downwhatever name the immigrants gave them, and usually the (MORE)