well, it depends on how big your offense is. but that's up to the USCIS officers to decide.
yes, apply as a single person that way when you marry your fiance you are an American citizen and it will make it easier to get him a green card.
Apply at the nearest embassy or consulate of your country of citizenship.*Your case would not be approved usually if you do not have another citizenship.
A passport does not constitute eligibility for citizenship in Britain. You must apply for a visa and apply for citizenship.
To determine if you qualify for the expungement of a STATE offense ONLY see the below link.However, if you were convicted of a federal offense this will NOT apply.
Yes. Currently, a U.S. citizen can apply for citizenship in another country (i.e. Naturalization) without losing U.S. citizenship. A person with a US citizenship can become a citizen of another country through any means other than naturalization. Applying to get naturalized when the person is already a US citizen will lead to his/her losing the US citizenship and there will be no way to revoke it.
A person with an expired visa must apply for a new visa prior to applying for US citizenship. You can't apply when you have an expired visa.
A person may apply for citizenship 5 years after getting Green Card status
It is possible to apply for an Australian citizenship by going online to the official Australian Government website and apply for citizenship through the website.
You need to be at least 18 years old in order to apply for US citizenship. Other criteria is that you need to be a green card holder for a minimum period of 5 years.Using the Form N-400 you can apply for US citizenship.
Immigrants from Spain could not even apply for citizenship.
Yes, you can apply for citizenship in Canada if your deceased father was born there. However, it is not a guarantee that you will gain citizenship.
No, but she has the right to live with him in Britain. After a number of years living legally in Britain she can then apply for citizenship.
Yes. In fact the application does not ask about sexual orientation.
you can apply for citizenship after three years of living in the us. the years do not have to be consecutive.
No, you will not be able to apply for citizenship while outside the U.S. Your husband will need to petition for a K-3 visa. Once in the U.S., you can apply for citizenship after being a permanent resident for at least 3 years.
Yes, the person can apply for citizenship at age 18.ANS.If the parents that bought him here are illegal and he was not born here then he is also illegal and can not obtain citizenship without leaving the U.S.
Under ordinary circumstances, a person cannot become a Canadian citizen if they have previously violated the Citizenship Act, if they are under a deportation order already, or if they have had their citizenship revoked. Other than these, one may not legally apply for citizenship if one is:currently imprisoned, on parole, or on probation for a criminal offenseunder indictment for a criminal offenseconvicted, under investigation, or under indictment as a war criminalOther than these exclusions, anyone can become a Canadian citizen. To do so, you have to do the following:Determine if you are eligible to become a citizen.Apply for citizenship.Verify the status of your application and prepare for the citizenship test. Use the citizenship study guide entitled Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship to prepare for your testTake the citizenship test, if you are between the ages of 18 and 54.Attend a citizenship ceremony, if you are 14 or older.*You can click on the links below, which will take you to the websites discussing the process of becoming a Canadian citizen.
no they have 2 take the test im from there you would have to take a citizenship test. ----------- Much like in the U.S., a foreigner first needs to apply to become a legal resident. Then after 2 years of uninterrupted residency, the person is allowed to apply for citizenship.
Not unless you renounce your Canadian citizenship voluntarily.
Under federal law the maximum for this offense is 15 years in federal prison. Added: If the person is charged for a violation of state law, the state's law would apply instead.
A foreign national must apply for permanent residential status (Green card) before he or she can apply for citizenship rights. A single adult/person must have 5 years of eligibility as a permanent resident before he or she can apply for citizenship. A person married to a U.S. citizen that holds PR can apply after 3 years of marriage/resident status. Persons with PR rights who have served in the military are eligible for citizenship based upon military criteria and USCIS regulations.