Can a Russian citizen have duel citizenship with the United States?
The United States Government does not recognized "dual citizenship". The government puts people in 2 categories: 1. U.S. citzens 2. Aliens
If a woman who is not a United States citizen gives birth in the United States would this entitle her and her child both with United States citizenship?
If a United States Citizen marries in the United States in January 2009 to an immigrant from the Philippines is she now considered to be a United States Citizen?
No, she is not. She will be allowed to remain in the US with her spouse and children, but she will have to apply for citizenship separate from her marriage. The US citizen REMAINS a US citizen. The immigrant remains an immigrant and must follow the legal path to resident immigrant status, and from there to citizenship. Marriage is not a free pass to residency or citizenship.
According to the constitution of the People's Republic of Bangladesh "The people of Bangladesh shall be known as Bangalees as a nation". So the people of Bangladesh are Bangalees. So a person from Bangladesh is called according to his nationality as "Bangalee". This word "Bangalee" is often used in English as "Bengali". Like the word "Russki" in English as "Russian". In case of citizenship as the Russians uses "Citizenship: Russian Federation", we use "Citizenship: Bangladeshi…
He is a citizen of only the United States. At birth he was a citizen of the United States (thus a natural born citizen.) He was also entitled to British citizenship through his father which then became Kenyan citizenship when Kenya became independent, but as Kenya (unlike the U.S.) doesn't allow dual citizenship and because he didn't renounce his natural born U.S. citizenship, he lost his Kenyan citizenship at the age of 23. So he…
When you get citizen your father is us citizen you and your father live together in us and you 23 yrs?
There is no such thing as "Florida citizenship". Florida does not have the authority to issue citizenship, as the government of Florida is a subordinate to the federal government of the United States. You can be a Florida resident without being a US citizen, but you cannot actually be a citizen of Florida.
No state verifies citizenship unless a valid legal challenge has been brought. Mr. Obama has made public his State of Hawai'i birth certificate. Since he was born on American soil, he is by definition an American citizen. He is a citizen of only the United States, and has never held another citizenship instead or in addition to United States citizenship. Furthermore, Mr. Obama has held a U.S. passport for a number of years, and in…
Can a citizen of Mexico obtain American citizenship by virtue of same-sex marriage to a citizen of the United States?
Barack Obama is a citizen of only the United States, and has never held another citizenship instead or in addition to United States citizenship. He has disclosed a copy of State of Hawai'i birth certificate, whose authenticity has been reviewed and confirmed by nonpartisan fact-checking groups. Because he was born on American soil, he is by definition an American citizen.
What happens if a Trinidad and Tobago citizen married a US citizen and obtained citizenship as a single person after?
Does a baby born in the US with illegal parents loose citizenship if deported back to Mexico with parents?
United States: You if are over 18, you can become a naturalized citizen if you have lived in the United States for 5 years. Then you can apply for citizenship. Then you take a test on basic American knowledge. If you pass that, you go to court and take an oath. Then you are a citizen. If you are under 18 and your parents get naturalized, you are also a citizen.