Can a Bulgarian citizen join the US army?
No - but the Army will give you the opportunity to become a a US Citizen
No. You must be a citizen an EU country in order to join the Irish Army
A Jamaican can join the US Army if they have a green card or they are a naturalized citizen.
No - but the Army will afford them an opportunity to become a citizen
Yes, any non-citizen may join, and the Army will afford them the opportunity to become a citizen
The only way a Jamaican can join the US Army is if they are a citizen of the US or has a green card. You can speak to a US Army recruiter in your are for more details.
you cant, need to be a US citizen, but u are always welcome to join its british counterpart
You can't join the U.S. Army if you're illegal...
join the army for one year
Yes, if they are a permanent resident of the US. However, a commissioned officer must be a citizen of the US.
Not even every US citizen living outside the US has to join the US army. Certainly people from other American countries do not have to.
Yes but you have to have your balls chopped off with a swiss army knife
nope you have to have a green card first or us citizen
No matter what country of origin, a non-citizen/ non-resident cannot join the US military without first gaining citizenship. Currently only US citizens are allowed to join the US Army. If a Jamaican has a green card, they may join the Army if they meet requirements.
Yes, you can. Service in the armed forces provides a shortened path to citizenship.
A British citizen can join the US Army, and a British soldier might be attached temporarily to a US unit, or sent to a US training/instructional programme, but they won't be able to be in both services simultaneously.
If you have a green card, or can show proof that you have applied for a green card, you may enlist in the US Army as a foreign national.
Yes, a United States citizen can join the German Army. Once you have joined the service you can work your way up to becoming an officer.
Yes if they have or can show they have applied for a green card or a 551 card
yes if he moved south and has a visa. i am not sure but i would think so
If they are permanent residents of the US whose abilities and/or talents are needed and cannot be filled by a US citizen, then they can join the army.
No. The Irish military only accepts citizens of Ireland and other EU countries.
in the 1970's did you have to be a us citizen to join the air force in united states
You can join the army if you have herpes.
No. You must be a legal resident of the United States and have a high school diploma or GED equivalent to enlist in the army. Go to www.goarmy.mil for more information on the requirements to join the US Army. The US does not recognize dual citizenship. Citizens of foreign countries must give up their foreign citizenship and become permanent residents of the US. Those who do not become US citizens may not serve for more… Read More
Have to be a US Citizen and if you have a spouse, they must be a citizen of the US also.
You have to be a US citizen to join the US marines i think its actually permanent resident
not a 100% shore but if you terminate your us citizen ship you can apply for a German one and German pass port then you can apply but you have to speak German.
Yes if he has document Added: No, but a legal immigrant/alien CAN volunteer for US military service as an adjuct in helping them become a citizen. ILLEGAL alines are just that - ILLEGAL.
Children do not join the US Army. There is an exception for someone 17.5 years old to join the Army, with parental consent.
Minimum height to join the US Army is 60" (5').
Yes, citizens from any nation can join the US Armed Forces. In fact, it is the fastest way to become an American Citizen.
Yes. FBI Agents are peace officers, and in order to be a peace officer in the US, you have to be a citizen of the US.
No. You have to be a permanent resident of the US before you're eligible to join.
If they've established permanent residence in the US, yes. Foreign nationals from countries not considered subversive to the US are allowed to enlist in the US military, but they must establish residence first. I was a citizen of Namibia when I enlisted in the US Army, although I had resided in the US for about a year and a half at that point.
Yes, as Sweden is considered a friendly nation. When I enlisted in 97 (as a Namibian citizen), foreign nationals were required to have established permanent residence in the US before enlisting. It may have changed since then.
No, to join any branch of the United States Military you must be a citizen of the US.
There was a time when a person from any country could become a US citizen by serving in the US military. I don't know if this is still true or not. Check the web sites for the Army, Navy, and Air Force and/or call one of the recruitment offices which I am sure are listed on their web sites.
A high school diploma or GED is required to join the US Army.
The age limit to join the Army is 42 years old.
Yes, many 30-year-olds join the US Army.
Unless you're a dual citizen you don't have a choice - you need to be a citizen of the country to serve in its military. The above is actually only true in regards to the Canadian Forces - they require you to be a Canadian citizen. You can join the US military as a foreign citizen, provided you've established permanent residence in the US, and have declared an intent to become a US citizen.
If you are a US citizen you are the Union. Any state that may, in the future, join the Union would become US citizens. If you are referring to a workers union then it depends on the constitution of that union. There are several international ones.
He was never in the Army.
Enlistment is through US Army Recruitment Command exclusively. To enlist in the US Army, contact your local US Army Recruiter.
BY GOLLY, no!
I believe a non-citizen can be enlisted personnel if they have a green card, but non-citizens are not eligible for promotion. - Not entirely accurate. I was promoted up to Staff Sergeant before I became a US citizen. Foreign nationals may not serve as commissioned officers, or serve in security sensitive roles, however.
You must have a GED or HS Diploma to join the United States Army.
In the Canadian Forces, yes. In the US Army, you need parental consent to join at 17, but you can't join at 16.
Yes all you have to do is become an American citizen. <><><><> Citizenship is not required. My stepson is a British subject, and a US Marine. However, the Australian would need to become a Resident Alien- someone that is admitted to the US as a permanent resident (emigrant).