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No, it is not possible. You should first apply for permanent residency and physically be present in Canada for 3 years. Then you can apply for Canadian citizenship if you meet other eligibility requirements.


Yes, but I wouold recommend you apply for citizenship as you would lose your residency status if you leave the country for more than 6 months.


You must first apply for Canadian permanent residency. After you have been living in Canada for 3 years out of 4 as a permanent resident, you can apply for citizenship. You can find out more information about the Family Class Sponsorship Program. See: Related Links


Immigration status referred to as lawful permanent residency authorizes a person on a permanent basis to live and work in the US. A lawful permanent resident(green card holder) can apply for US citizenship after five years of residency, or naturalization, after five years of residency.


Get married and apply for Permanent Residency which will take about 6 months to 1 year to get approved. Then after getting Residency status after 3 years apply for Citizenship.


If you are married, they can apply for a divorce.


No, you cannot. The US citizen has to sponsor you to move to the US. After you get your permanent residency (green card) then you have to live 3 to 5 years continuously in the US and then apply for US citizenship.


You need to be a permanent resident card (green card) holder to be eligible to apply for citizenship. In normal circumstances, an immigrant should be a permanent resident for five years to be eligible for citizenship. If you are married to a US citizen, then it is three years of permanent residency.It is that you have to be in marriage to a U.S citizen and should be living with that U.S citizen for the past 3 three years of your permanent residency for the criteria to be applicable to you. Current regulations do allow a person to start the application process ninety days before they fulfill their residency requirement.


Once you apply for and receive your permanent residency you have to wait 3 years before your able to apply for citizenship.


You should have applied for Permanent Residency 7 years ago when you got married. I recommend you apply for Permanent Residency now and in 3 years you can apply for Citizenship.


Not for applying for citizenship. But when they check your documents on the test date and the citizenship ceremony, you will need to show them a valid passport. So, it is better to apply for one now.


Rihanna holds a green card or a permanent residency. She can apply for US Citizenship after a certain while ( 3-4 years) and depending on a lot of factors.



Contact the nearest Danish consulate.


She will still need to be sponsored by the spouse (who is an American Citizen) and apply for residency first. Once permanent residency is granted, she has to wait (I believe it's approximately two years) to apply for citizenship.


I dont think the divorce should have any affect, pay $1500 for a lawyer and get your paper work in


A US resident who is out of status, is still able to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency. Temporary residency however may be denied.


how long do you if permanent resident card to wait before you apply for citizenship


Yes. The foreign national would not yet be eligible to apply for permanent residency therefore divorcing his or her current spouse and remarrying would not affect his or her status. Be advised, that it may create difficulty when the application for permanent residency is made.


You need to apply for a permanent residency status. Go to INS or call them to get the application. It is a process that will take about 6 months to a year. After living in the US for 3 years as Permanent Resident your spouse can apply for US citizenship.


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 you can. You can actually apply 3 years and 9 months in advance. My husband spoke to three different attorney's and it is law. Good luck.


find an attorney and have the misdemeanors "expunged". to answer your question, yes you can apply.


No, marriage to US citizen does not automatically allow a non-citizen to become a permanent resident or citizen of the US.Marriage does entitle the non-citizen to apply for US permanent residency, provided they can show they will be living in the US. For example, if a US citizen married a German citizen, and they continue to live in Germany, the german citizen cannot apply for a US permanent resident visa. If, at some time later, the couple decide to move back to the US, the German citizen can at that time apply for a permanent residency visa. Such marriage-based permanent resident visas are almost always granted once the couple shows proper residency intent (and, shows that the marriage is not a sham or fraud one).Any non-citizen holding a US permanent residency visa can apply for US citizenship via the nationalization process. The key requirements of the citizenship process are:Be a permanent resident for at least 5 years (or 3 if married to a US citizen)Reside continuously (except for short-duration excursions) in the US for that period of timeHave a clean criminal record, or obtain a specific waiver from an immigration judgeAttend proper citizenship classes


Yes, cashiers can apply for permanent residency, or PR, in Canada. If you have relocated to Canada from the US or other countries, you must have held a job for two years and be able to provide proof of job history to obtain permanent residency.



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