Can foreigner be granted citizenship when own a property in USA?
Yes. The naturalization process does not require that the applicant not own property.
They were not, I am not today a citizen of the United States and I know of at least 30,000 people who are still tribal members but not US citizens (becoming a US Citizen surrenders all rights granted under a treaty with the USA - Title 8 USC). The USA attempted to assimilate all Native Americans with the "Indian Citizenship Act" of 1924.
A person with dual citizenship... A great advantage of being a USA citizen for example is to vote beside many other advantages like employment. The other advantage of another country's citizenship is to practice your rights. For example, a person with USA citizenship can practice very important rights like "vote" while in Iraq you can have a property. In both case it depends on certain "rights and practices" that dependence big time on citizenship. A…
Can I get the American citizenship if my mom has it but she didn't live in the USA after her 6th birthday?
=>Honorable Citizenship (are given and can't receive according to your own desire) =>Citizenship which receive from Work (you have to apply for a job from your mother country before get a job in country you wish to immigrate) =>Marital Citizenship (married some one who have got a citizenship then you can become a Citizen too) =>Green Card (apply for a Green Card then you can be a Citizen but it's not really a citizenship just…
Marriage and naturalization Although the United States does not recognize dual citizenship status officially, it does not prohibit it either. However if the question were to come up in a legal or immigration type proceeding your United States citizenship may be disallowed if you also have citizenship in another country, in which case you would be treated as a resident alien in the USA.