Countries that us citizens can live and work?
Without a visa, only in the US and US territories abroad.
US citizens can work in almost any country if they have the proper visas. These countries can include Canada, Great Britain, France, Spain, and many others.
All countries in Europe
Any countries. Just avoid the Countries that we fought with in war. The people might attack us.
Depends on how you define 'people of the US'. People living in the US are not by definition US citizens. They can be nationals of other countries if they stay on a residence and/or work permit, or they may be illegal aliens. Others may be citizens of the US (for instance, by being born from US parents) but live outside the USA all of their lives and even also be the citizen of another country… Read More
ofc libiya is a great country i my self live there. The people are frendly and if you need help they would gladly help u..... and it is safe for US citizens to work in Libya
Sometimes citizens of one country can live in one country, but decide they want to go home for work and to live. Canadian citizens who live in the US and then want to return home need to have a B-4 form and other paperwork to present to the border authorities, but you do not to reapply for citizenship.
A US citizen can remain in the UK for 6 months on a tourist visa, however not allowed to work.
It is best to assume you need a visa to visit any country of which you are nota citizen, but US citizens do not need a visa to visit Canada, the EU and some Caribbean countries, among others. When visiting purely as a tourist, the list is longer; when visiting for work, the list can be shorter.
Not being a citizen is not a crime. There is no law that says only citizens can be here. There is no law that says you have to be a citizen to work or live in the United States. You do have to have a legal visa or green card to be here legally if you are not a citizen of the US or specific countries that are allowed entry without a visa.
Non US citizens who do not work for a US company or live in the US. Huge multinational companies who can afford to hire accountants to avoid paying tax
Puerto Rico is a US Territory and its inhabitants are US Citizens! So, if they are US Citizens, any US citizen can live in Puerto Rico.
All puerto ricans are us citizen since 1917 and if they live in the states they have to to pay federal taxes.
Yes. As a US citizen (and all other non-EU/EEA citizens), you are only allowed to stay in Schengen countries for up to 90 days as a tourist, and you are not allowed to work. After 90 days (or if you want to work) you need a visa or work permit from the Spanish authorities. If you are a citizen of an EU country, you have an automatic right to travel, live and work in Spain… Read More
US citizens are eligible to work in Canada if they have submitted the proper paperwork and have been approved by the Canadian government. They are not automatically eligible to work based on US citizenship.
Yes, but the drug manufactures will ensure that the drugs will only work on US citizens. People from other countries can take it, but it won't work. Interestingly enough, people from other countries can even come over to the United States and take it, but it won't work. The drug will sense that they are not a US citizen. Amazing! Isn't it?
Both Steve Martin and President Obama are human beings (people), both are US citizens, and both live and work in the US.
Following are the rights of US Citizens: Right to live and work: Freedom to work and live in the US is awarded alike to both permanent residents and citizens but the permanent resident stands a chance for it to be withdrawn. Travel freely: The right to enter and leave US freely is possible only for the citizens. To vote: US citizens only have the right to excise their franchise. On grounds of race, color, age… Read More
The same as most other countries: Live in peace with your neighbour. Live according to the law of the land. Work and support yourself and your family if you can. Help the poor and sick. Fight for your country when an enemy threatens. Respect the people who do not share your beliefs or morals. Never judge your neighbour, unless you are willing to be judged yourself.
US citizens need official permission to work in the UK. No US citizen needs any sort of document, other than a Social Security card/number, to work in the US
You can travel to as many countries as you like. All you need is a passport, and enough money and free time. Some countries ban there citizens from travelling to some other countries, for example citizens of Arab countries are banned from going to Israel, US citizens are banned from going to Cuba.
How much energy do US citizens use in comparison with other countries of higher or equal living standard?
Unfortunately, the United States is the largest consumer of all energy products. There are few countries that have a higher standard of live but countries like Dubai and Kuwait have higher living standards BUT their populations are very small compared to the US.
Voting and contesting in the elections is the major privilege that is reserved for the US citizens alone. Even permanent residents cannot vote, they can only live and work in the US.
What are rights duties and oblgations of the us citizen as compaired to citizens of two other countries?
-Both Chinese citizens and U.S. citizens have the obligation to receive education. -Both Chinese citizens and U.S. citizens have the duty to get a Visa to travel to other countries. -Both Irish citizens and U.S. citizens have the right to vote. -Both Irish citizens and U.S. citizens have the duty to serve on a jury when called upon.
can US green card holder working in Germany Answer The only people who can work in Germany without a Work Permit are EU, EEA and Swiss citizens. All others, including US citizens and US residents need a Work Permit.
Nurse practitioners work in all 50 US states and in many other countries.
What happens when a person holds dual citizenship to both the US and England due to their father being in the air force?
You can carry two passports, Live and work indefinitely in both countries (since the UK is an EU member, you can live and work anywhere in the EU) You won't get deported from these countries The right to vote and run in elections in both countries And enjoying benefits specific to the country where you live.
Contrary to President George W. Bush's announcement "They hate us for our freedom", this is certainly NOT the reason for Anti-American sentiment. Nor is it "simple brainwashing". Any person who has been to any Middle Eastern country aside from Israel and Cyprus can tell you exactly why Americans are disliked in the Middle East. Our foreign policy is very problematic in a lot of places. These acts cause resentment. There are some places in the… Read More
yes or if they find your passport you`ll be taken to your own country
The name of the process is naturalization.
No,they have to live here for more than 5 years to become citizens
if you are a US citizen NO need a visa.
Yes and no. It's expensive for us who live in Croatia because most of people have low salaries or don't have at all! But many citizens from foreign developed countries don't have much difficulties with this, what is more - the retired ones come and live here.
Since the immigration police of the UK, the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia are linked together, a violation of immigration laws can affect you when moving to any of these five countries. If you have a suspension sentence, you must apply for a waiver and/or a pardon at the Canadian embassy in order to avoid delays and/or deportation back to the UK.
about one fifth of the population
Roughly 305 million
Puerto Ricans are US citizens. US citizens who live in Puerto Rico are not subject to the US Federal income tax on income they make from sources in Puerto Rico. Any Puerto Rican who moves to another part of the US is subject to Federal income tax just as all other US citizens are.
All kinds of people who are not citizens of the US live in Baltimore, as in most other large cities in the US. The vast majority of them are citizens of some other country, so it would be incorrect to call then "non-citizens" without any modification. Where they live in Baltimore, as in other cities, depends on their ethnic affinities and their financial resources. the most general answer would be to say anywhere and everywhere.
Most citizens of European countries and US can get a visa on arrival, check your embassy.
yes, because us citizen can adoped kids from other countries
If your wife and you are Florida citizens and marry in the Caribbean what do you have to do to make it legal in the US?
Nothing, the US recognizes marriages performed in other countries. Just make sure you can produce the marriage certificate when requested. My wife and I were married in Jamaica and according to NC, where we live, it is recognized here.
The 14th amendment says that if you are born in the US you are a citizen. Before this amendment slaves born in the US were not citizens. Slavery was allowed by the original US Constitution but was not part of any amendment. Also, children born in the United States to citizens of other countries would not automatically be US citizens before this amendment was ratified.
Pharmacists can work anywhere, because medicines are sold everywhere.
You can only work in the US if you have a work permit which you would have to apply for at immigration. unless you are here on a student visa.
If you would pay for people in other countries to live over here in the US then they would work for you for usually 5-7 years.
No. Aside from the Brigade of Ghurkas, the British military accepts only citizens of the United Kingdom, Commonwealth countries (or countries which were in the Commonwealth at the time of the recruit's birth), and the Republic of Ireland. The USA is none of these, thus, US citizens are ineligible to enlist in the British military.
All employees of the CIA must be US citizens.
Most (if not all) countries require a visa for foreign visitors. Most of them have exceptions for citizens of certain countries. For instance a UK visitor does not need a visa to enter the US and vice versa. There are some countries where a US citizen can enter without a visa, and quite a few that require a visa for US citizens wanting to visit. It's best to ask at the consulate of the country… Read More
It depends where are you from. EU citizens and US citizens don't need visa to come to Croatia. I don't know about other countries, you should check it in your embassy.