There is no such thing as "Florida citizenship". Florida does not have the authority to issue citizenship, as the government of Florida is a subordinate to the federal government of the United States. You can be a Florida resident without being a US citizen, but you cannot actually be a citizen of Florida.
You don't HAVE to be a citizen. Trust me, I became a member yesterday and posted 3 flipnotes without being a citizen.
Don't you think it might help if you mentioned the country involved.- All have differing requirements.
3 years of being permenent resident then you can apply
No, You can only become a citizen if you apply for you citizenship through immigration. Being a legal resident and married to an American citizen can and will not change your immigrant statics unless you go through the right process.
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.
Among others, the US. My wife is a British subject that is a permanent resident of the US. She is not a US citizen, but may legally purchase a firearm here. Non- resident aliens may also purchase firearms under certain conditions. ILLEGAL aliens may not.
a resident lives wherever and a citizen is being loyal to the country
Be 30 years old,be a citizen for at least 9 years,be resident of state from which they are being elected.
Yes, you can.
In addition to being a U. S. citizen since birth ("natural born citizen"), a presidential or vice presidential nominee must have been a U. S. resident for at least 14 years.
I dont think you can be president of the usa without being a citizen
The person needs to have permanent resident status. Marrying a US citizen does not automatically give you citizenship or different visa status. The requirements are having been a legal permanent resident for five years. Or being a legal permanent resident and married to a US citizen for three years. The person can then apply for US citizenship.
If the immigrant is a true illegal (i.e. entered the country illegally/without inspection) even a marriage to a US citizen wont prevent him from facing possible deportation. Moreover, an immigrant CANNOT apply for citizenship, they must first apply for legal residency
This question can be answered if it is more specific about the location of the cafe in question. Reword the question identifying a location for the business.
By being born to a parent who is legally resident of the US (either as citizen, permanent resident, student, or on a work visa). Children born to diplomats are not eligible to receive citizenship by birth, under the laws of the US.
5 years of being physically present in the US (or 3 if LR status by marriage to a US Citizen)
You need to go to the immigration office and apply to become a citizen or apply for residency status.
Can't be done. While the US military does allow foreign nationals to enllist, it's done with the condition that they establish permanent residence with a declared intent to obtain citizenship.
A green card is a USA permanent resident visa. To become a US citizen, you must be a permanent resident for 10 years (unless you're Rupert Murdoch who managed to get his in a day). Only citizens can vote, hold political office, etc.
In addition to being at least 35 and being a U.S. citizen since birth, one also needs to have been a U.S. resident for at least 14 years (it's possible to be a U.S. citizen while living elsewhere).