If at least one of your parents is Mexican, you are also a Mexican citizen regardless of where you were born. If not, the only way i see is go thru the Mexican naturalizatin process.AnswerAlso qualifies as a Mexican if at least one of your parent's parents is a Mexican. It does not matter if they got naturalized as an American citizen, they still hold Mexican citizenship, too.
You never loss you citizenship, unless certain acts of war (treason, defection) are committed. No, if you marry to a Mexican in Mexico, you don't loss you citizenship. You should note, however, that he/she is not granted American citizenship automatically.
If they are an adult their status is still the same, they are an illegal alien.
No, she's still a British citizen.
I think that he is still an canadian citizen. But i'm just guessing.
Yes, he is 93 years old and living in California. He is a naturalized U.S. citizen born in England in 1919 and a Christian Scientist.
Well, it depends on what you mean. If you are talking about ethnicity, then yes, they are Mexican. For example, if you are Italian and born in America, you are still Italian. But you are also an American citizen. You can have two different home countries without any problem. Also, there are German-Americans, French-Canadians, etc. Your heritage and your home country can be combined and you still have clear definition of who you are and where your family originates from. Very simple.
No. A baby born in the USA is automatically a citizen, but the mother is still illegal.
She will still need to be sponsored by the spouse (who is an American Citizen) and apply for residency first. Once permanent residency is granted, she has to wait (I believe it's approximately two years) to apply for citizenship.
Assuming you're in the country legally the answer is yes
No, US laws state you can only be an American citizen.
No, that would be bigamy, and it's illegal (as in you can go to jail for it).
hi my question is im a usa naturalized cityzen can i still grt deported
Yes, if the mother applies for naturalization, the child gets it too if still a minor.
The US constitution specifically says that the President must be a natural-born citizen. (There's an exception for people born before the US became a nation, but it's no longer applicable since none of those people are still alive.)
If you were born as an American citizen, yes.
During World War I, many naturalized American citizens had close relatives - commonly parents - who were still German citizens in Germany. Their brothers and sisters back in the "Old Country" might wind up facing American Doughboys in battle.
From what I understand, you can't marry anyone who is already married (unless they divorce their current partner or become a widow)
The process is called "naturalization" - the legal process by which a foreign immigrant gains citizen status, and (almost) all rights and privileges thereof. Naturalized citizens still cannot be President or Vice President.
Yes. You only loss your citizenship if found guilty of treason.
Kenya, brtian, Hawaii
yes as long as you were born in the U.S.
If you are a Mexican, Canadian or American citizen you can cross the border on foot or by car with a valid photo ID. As of July 2011 you still do not need a passport. If you were to arrive by air or Cruise ship you would need a passport.
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