Can a british citizen join the Irish army?
No. You must be a citizen an EU country in order to join the Irish Army
yes. Irish Citizens are entitled to Join the British Army
Yes, any Irish or commonwealth national can join the British armed services, although an oath to HM the Queen is mandatory.
Inorder to join either army you must be a valid citizen
No, Ireland and Britain are different countries, you would have to leave the Irish Army, then try to get permission to join the British army
Anyone who is a British Citizen or from Commonwealth Countries
Yes they can.
You have to be a British citizen before you can do that. If you really want to, you can join online.
In order to join the British Army, you first must meet a number of requirements: you need to be at least 16 years old, you must pass a physical examination, and you must meet fitness standards. Furthermore, you must be a British citizen, from one of the overseas territories, a British subject under the Nationality Act (1981), a British protected person, or a citizen of the Irish Republic. You must complete an application, which is… Read More
No, The only people who are eligible to join the British Army are British Citizens, who are born in Britain. Citizens of Nepal can join the Brigade of Gurkha's. Commonwealth Citizens may join the British Army, if they meet all the elibility.
Become a British subject (citizen) then apply.
You have to be an Australian citizen to be in the Australian army. although you could hold duel citizenship.
No. The Irish military only accepts citizens of Ireland and other EU countries.
Yes, an Irish person has to take an oath of allegiance to the British crown if they decide to join the British Army.
you cant, need to be a US citizen, but u are always welcome to join its british counterpart
The Royal Irish Regiment is actually a British military regiment and these days is usually composed of soldiers from Northern Ireland however not exclusively. So in regards to joining that particular regiment you would have to find out the UK's stance on American applicants. As for the Irish army i dont think you can without being an Irish citizen, i suppose no more then we can join the American military in the same way.
You need to be a Canadian citizen to join the Canadian Forces.
You cant join the British Army unless you are a citizen of either Britain or a commonwealth country. An American would have to live in the UK for 5 years and then apply for citizenship before joining the British Army.
Yes but you have to have your balls chopped off with a swiss army knife
If your country is in the Commonwealth, like India, Canada, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, Fiji or Jamaica for example, then there is no problem for you to join the British Army. If you are Irish you are also allowed to join the British Army. If you are from outside the Commonwealth or Ireland, however, you have to apply for British 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.
Technically yes. If you are an EU citizen. However, some countries require you to be a resident in their country for a certain amount of time.
No. Not unless you become a UK citizen, as required by every other post in the British Army.
You have to be a citizen to join the army.
Indian citizens are not Gurkhas. The Gurhas are a specific regiment in the British Army, primarily recruited from Nepal. Though any citizen of the Commonwealth may join the British army it would be extremely rare for someone other than a Nepalese to become a member of the Gurkhas except as a commisioned officer.
Fiji is a Commonwealth nation. Any citizen of any Commonwealth nation is permitted by British Army regulations to enlist in the British army, so long as their country was in the Commonwealth at the time of their birth (thus, a citizen of Zimbabwe who was born while the country remained in the Commonwealth is still able to enlist in the British Army, even though Zimbabwe is no longer a member of the Commonwealth of Nations).
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
No - but the Army will give you the opportunity to become a a US Citizen
To get in the Roman army you had to be a Roman citizen and in good health. If you were a non-citizen and wanted to join as an axillary, you had to have a special skill, such as bowman, slinger, horseman, etc. To get in the Roman army you had to be a Roman citizen and in good health. If you were a non-citizen and wanted to join as an axillary, you had to have… Read More
38,554 Irish people from Ireland (not Northern Ireland) chose to join the Brits in the war against Hitler. They served in the various Royal forces, mostly Army.
A Jamaican can join the US Army if they have a green card or they are a naturalized citizen.
Yes. The British armed forces accepts recruits from Commonwealth nations (or nations which were Commonwealth members at the recruit's time of birth) and the Republic of Ireland.
If you're a French citizen, you can join the French Army. If you are not a French citizen, you can join the Foreign Legion, but you will be enlisted as a single soldier regardless of your marital status.
You can't join the U.S. Army if you're illegal...
The British army join world war 2 by their expirence.
Yes Uganda is a Commonwealth nation. Any citizen of any Commonwealth nation is permitted by British Forces regulations to enlist in the British Forces, so long as their country was in the Commonwealth at the time of their birth (thus, a citizen of Zimbabwe who was born while the country remained in the Commonwealth is still able to enlist in the British Army, even though Zimbabwe is no longer a member of the Commonwealth of… Read More
by being a 'naturalised' citizen of Bahrain
No the only people who can join the British Army as natural born British citizens, and naturalised citizens. Britain is defined as members of the Union states of England Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. (not including Southern Ireland (Eire)). Treaty Applicants from the Commonwealth may be considered for service in HM armed forces but European citizens do not.
A British Civilian can join the army at aged 16 years old. But he/she must have left school first
You should only join the British Army regiment that you think is best to suit your life.
How do Get enrolled in the British Army when I am from another country? What are the requirements of being in the British Army? Will I get a chance to be recruited in the British Army?
In order to Join RMC Royal Military Collage Of Canada Will I have to join the Forces Before Applying to the University?
no......... you have to be Canadian citizen........and if you are not Canadian citizen at the moment you are applying but you want to join army then you can join forces and when you become citizen go into university
Only Australian citizens can join the Australian army. www.defencejobs.gov should answer all questions about the army and its jobs
You have to be a US citizen to join the US marines i think its actually permanent resident
you can apply to join the Foreign Legion
You can join if you are an Australian 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.
Some reasons for African American men to join the British Army include supporting the military and helping the country. Those who join the British Army risk their lives in order to help ensure freedom.
yes - they would be free to apply