What percentage of all U.S citizens are Jewish?
About 2.2% of the US population is Jewish.
Answer Yes, and the baby's birth needs to be reported to the US Embassy or consulate.
Answer . Ask them. Either a US birth certificate or a US passport will prove their citizenship status. Answer . There is no way of finding out who is a citizen and who is n…ot through some database. Documaents such as a US passport or birth certificate can be forged. If the person was born in the United States, then county records will verify whether or not a person was born in that county. Some counties can have this information viewed publilcly, some will not. If the US Citizen was naturalized, the only way of finding out is with USCIS records. These records are supposed to be obtained only by the person naturalized or by the original petitioner if there was an immigrant visa given back in the days as a non-citizen; a FOIA request can be made to get that info. Of course there's always means to obtain information if you know the right people, but I'm sticking with the most ethical means. Answer . Basically, there are 3 types of document for US citizenship: . 1) U.S. citizen's Birth Certificate . 2) Certificate of Naturalization, . 3) Certificate of Citizenship . If no above document, USCIS said that you can use: A) Church record, B) School record; C) Census record. D) Affidavits . Answer. . If you are an employer and want to know their status you can check them thru the E-Verify system. . answer . ASKING DIRECTLY AND HONESTLY TO THE PERSON.
A person who was born in the U.S.A. or has completed the process of becoming a naturalized citizen
Jewish ghettos originated long ago, as early as the 1400's. Generally, Europeans were Christian and anti-Semitic, so the Jews lived in their own communities/ghettos as a resul…t of discrimination and for their safety. During World War II, the Nazis took the Jews from their homes and placed them in ghettos, the most famous of which being the Warsaw ghetto, in Poland. The Jews were told to appoint leaders of the community. Many leaders of the various ghettos refused to give Nazis lists when they learned these lists were being used to send Jews to death camps. While living in ghettos, the Jews were isolated and often had limited resources (though items were smuggled).
Many people do this. But doing so is expensive and has requirements, such as: A relatively clear criminal history Testing negative for HIV Paying for the Passport and Visa f…ees Being eligible to change status to residential (such as having millions of dollars in assets that you are bringing with you, or a skill that is in short supply in the United States, or by having family ties to citizens of the United States, or by being a likely victim of future Human Rights violations in your home country, et cetera) The short answer is, they don't do it because we don't let them. We only let in people we want (either as a government or as a citizen). We do not have open borders in the United States. If you come here illegally or overstay your privilege to be here, you may find it impossible to ever legally enter the country again. AFAIK, the United States Attorney General can revoke the citizenship of anyone who is not a natural-born citizen at any time.
they have the right to vote and to have good jobs and u.s.immagrants have to go through along process just to become a u.s.citizen
Approximately 6.5 million.
nearly 10 percent of all American sugar
One of a U.S. citizens rights is freedom to worship as you wish.
Israel is about 75% Jewish.
In African-American History
The NBA consist of nearly 80% Black athletes. The NFL about 67-70% Black. other sports like Golf is dominated by White athletes. Professional Baseball has about 10% Black athl…etes the rest is split between White & Hispanic athletes. Hockey is almost unanimously White but minority athletes are slowly entering this sport. Its difficult to gauge the total percentage of all professional athletes who are Black as it varies from sport to sport. For example swimming sports are excelled by Whites while sprinting & long distance running is led by Blacks. Which invariable has to do with genetically difference such as density of bones & muscles fibers.
the right to vote
Greater then 50%
almost all of them
In History of the United States
Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution established equal protection of civil rights to all citizens?
That was the fourteenth amendment.