No. You need to begin the process of naturalization to become a Mexican citizen.
No she cannot. To become a US citizen you must be a US resident. Niether can you become a permenant resident for the same reason.
You can't become a citizen of England - there is no such thing. People born in England are British.
It takes five years to become a US citizen after being a permanent resident. It may take longer to become a permanent resident in the first place.
No. The only way to become a citizen is to be born in the country or do the regular process of becoming a citizen.
No its impossible for them to attain resident status unless trough a blood relative.
It does not take any time to become a resident of Tennessee. Once you are U.S. citizen, you just move to the state that you want to live in and you are resident.
If you are a US Citizen, just move.
Yes They Can
by legally marrying that us citizen or print a form from the internet requesting to be a permanent resident
If you were born here, you're automatically a resident. If you immigrated here, then you're a resident as soon as you become a legal citizen
no not till 18 but they are an American citizen
yes you will be a citizen
You need to be a permanent resident for 10 years.
A US citizen would have to apply for a visa and become resident. Alternatively they could marry a UK citizen. In addition a British Company could invite the US citizen to work in the UK and apply for a work visa on their behalf. There are quite a few ways to do it legally.
Don't you think it might help if you mentioned the country involved.- All have differing requirements.
No, marriage to a US citizen only reduces the required residency period for permanent residents who wish to become US citizens.
No, it doesn't make them a citizen if they marry one. I am a German citizen with a permanent resident green card and married a solider. It didn't make me a US citizen like most people would think. A person in this situation still has to wait for 5 years in Permanent Resident status and then apply for citizenship.