Questions regarding holding valid citizenship in more than one country at a time.
Questions regarding holding valid citizenship in more than one country at a time.
Whether a country is a constitutional monarchy or not does not have any bearing on the question of whether you can have dual citizenship in such a country. As a result, the answer depends on the particular country in question and its policy on dual citizenship.
We went to a couples communication class. (Talking and Listening Together by Sherod and Phyllis Miller) We learned how to talk to one another about subjects and to hear each other out. The other piece that was really important to us was to be able to state the issue and then ask the other for a day and time to talk about the issue, using the format. So, since we had two very different opinions… Read More
The individual would have to be deemed a U.S. citizen by birth, and also deemed a Mexican citizen under Mexican law. Here's why: The United States has two types of citizenship, citizenship by birth and citizenship by naturalization. U.S. citizenship by birth and "dual citizenship" The specification of what characteristics must accrue to those accorded U.S. citizenship by birth is primarily set forth in Title 8, United States Code, section 1401, but 8 U.S.C. §1401a… Read More
You must have resided legally in US as a resident for five years before you can apply. Or three years if you are married to US citizen. The time spent residing in US matters a lot when applying for citizenshhip. If you arrive in US through diversity visa, you have five years to qualify to apply. You must have resided legally in US as a resident for five years before you can apply. Or three… Read More
No See US Citizenship and Moving Abroad. http://www.richw.org/dualcit/faq.html
Illinois does not have expungement of felonies or misdemeanors if you were convicted and the only way you can have your rights restored is with a Governors pardon.
Canada since it was born there. That happened to me I was born in Northern Ireland but my mom in New York I am still a European Citizen not an American one.
well, it depends on how big your offense is. but that's up to the USCIS officers to decide.
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Answer yes but it would take time Yes, an illegal immigrant can get married with an United States citzen even though he doesn't have papers to be in the United States. All he needs to do is to obtain a Mexican Passport at the nearest Mexican Consulate and take this with you when you obtain your marriage license. My husband and I had gotten married on the same day. However, I will advise that you… Read More
If you are on probation, you loose the right to vote until you go to the government and fill out an aplication to get your voting rights and your ability to carry a firearm. In addition, you may never have or carry a firearm, for any reason, not even for hunting purposes.
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No, if you do everything legally, (make sure you document everything properly with ICE and find out how to go about the process legally) you'll have papers that allow you to travel with relatively little inconvenience.
I believe you can stay for about 6 months.
Unless you got married by a back alley wanna be justice of the peace, then yes, you can get a divorce. A marriage would never be granted to undocumented immigrants if laws would be broken.
if a American citizen wants to marry a bahamian citizen then you can marry accroding to American law or bahamian law............ after obtaning the NOC from the concerned embassey.........please give me religion of both the party of marriage to provide any specific answers........... regards jai firstname.lastname@example.org'9868566649 mobile India delhi
I don't know if they have changed the laws after 911 but papaers must be filed immediately after marriage (via mail) so you can get your green card. It is a 6 month to 1 year process.
someone who has a visa to live or work in a country without becoming a citizen a legal resident alien is a person from another country that has permission to be in the current country but for a certain period of time.
see the following web site: http://www.unitedstatesvisas.gov/studying.html
1. Military Service (Conscription) 2. Serve on a Jury 3. Pay Taxes 4. Some would say voting. Zach132
No way to acquire it . ______________ Pretend you are a newborn or marry a local and hope for the best
I think its very important,im currently in a love-less marriage and 3 kids...and some days im miserable...i used to think it didnt matter but it DOES,trust me...be careful,be safe good luck
Unless you get married and live in Malta for a number of years, nope it's not possible.
Form N-400 is the application for obtaining US Citizenship (naturalization). The Form N-400 is used by Lawful Permanent Residents (green card holders) over the age of 18 who meet the eligibility requirements to apply for Citizenship. A completed Form N400 (Citizenship Application) has to be filed along with photos and supporting documents. A green card holder who is above 18 years of age and meets other eligibility requirements can file N400 form. Becoming a U.S… Read More
Generally good fathers would let NO ONE come between their children or themselves and that is true. However, yes, it's possible another woman could take his exes place. Sometimes people don't feel that anyone could take the place of a former wife if they are fresh out of the relationship or their wife passed away, but generally this changes in time. If you were his mistress while he was married then there is a high… Read More
The estimated immigration rate in Italy as of 2014 is 4.29 migrant(s)/1,000 population. This number includes the figure for the difference between the number of persons entering and leaving a country during the year per 1,000 persons.
If you entered the US lawfully, the process can take as little as 6 months. If you entered the US unlawfully, you will need to obtain a hardship waiver and then return to your country for an interview. If you are abroad, the process takes about one year.
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There is no way for that person to becme a citizen immediately. Once the children reach the age of 21, they can sponsor the person for residency, but it is a long process.
It depends on a lot of things. If the US citizen has past convictions, that doesn't matter. If the alien has past convictions, that can make a big difference, however. Nobody becomes eligible for citizenship by getting married. They do become eligible for a greencard. That does not mean that they'll actually get the greencard, though. The citizen spouse has to sponsor the alien. The process is long and costly. Once the alien gets the… Read More
choices: 1) Marry the person and have him/her file an I-130 then "upgrade" it when the person becomes a US citizen. 2) Wait until the person is a US citizen then s/he can file for the fiancee visa. Either way you're looking at a very long wait until you can come to the USA.
Yes. It is not necessary to record the marriage in Mexico for it to be considered legitimate. For immigration purposes, any marriage which meets all of the following criteria is legitimate: 1) The marriage was legal in the place where it happened. 2) All other prior marriages were legally terminated before the marriage took place. 3) The two parties were of the opposite sex. 4) Both parties were physically present at the ceremony, unless longstanding… Read More
My guess is that the question is not really if a tourist can or can not marry a green card holder (of course she can), but whether there will be an immediate immigration benefit for her. Unfortunally, not.
Yes they can. However it takes about 5 years to do so. During this period the person with the student visa has to either maintain a student visa and stay in school or adjust their visa if graduating for example. Usually sometime during this 5 year period the resident alien becomes a citizen and at that time the spouse holding the student visa can adjust to a permanent resident.
The infant will be issued a certificate of live birth by the Canadian province in which the infant was born; that is, the baby becomes a Canadian citizen through Canada's jus soli. And, the baby most likely becomes a U.S. citizen through the American jus sanguinis, depending on the effect of Title 8, United States Code, section 1401 et seq., although if 8 U.S.C. §1401 et seq. applies to deem the infant a U.S. citizen… Read More
My purpose in entering the US in May/2004 was to spend time with an American gentleman(US citizen)as we had become romantically involved. I entered the US in May 2004 as a Canadian landed Immigrant and at the border crossing was issued an I-94 Visa Waiver with a 90 day expiry. I returned to Canada when my visa expired and returned to the US 6 weeks later on another 90 day I-94 Visa Waiver. Just prior… Read More
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No on both accounts. Marriage would only increase the likelyhood that he would later on obtain citizenship, and with you, you would actually have to be in Slovenia for x number of years, or if ever to obtain legality in that country. It's a long drawn out process on both sides. Here in the states, it has become an expensive process as well. Go check out the immigration laws on the internet. You will soon… Read More
The short answer is Yes, BUT, it depends on a number of factors, such as how long ago the Mother came to the USA? Did they ever apply for Canadian citizenship on your behalf? It is NOT a cut and dried situation, quite complicated, actually. THe best course od action is to call the closest Canadian Consulate to where you live in the USA, (check the internet for phone numbers ), and ask for an… Read More
Yes, they can and are. Canada will recognize the child naturally because they were born on Canadian soil, and to a Canadian parent. The child will also inherit the US Citizenship of the American Parent, although the Parent will have to declare the child to the U.S. Consulate showing their proof of citizenship as well as the child's Canadian birth certificate.
yes the child can get citizenship of Canada eventhough he born for pakistanees.
The baby would be English and if you wanted you can file papers for the baby for his Canadian citizenship as well. The baby COULD be English. Baby can always become the nationality of a parent, but you are going to have to go to the embassy to let them know.... The baby would likely be entitled to dual citizenship. It will automatically be British, but if you contact the Canadian Consolate they can give… Read More
For the US Citizen or the fiancee? The foreign fiancee does not need to have a job waiting in the US for them. In fact, they can not work until they have applied for a temporary work permit once they are in the US. The US Citizen would not need to have a job necessarily, but when filing for a K1 fiancee visa, they need to be able to prove that they meet the financial… Read More
No. MLM Foreign nationals cannot become knights. Instead they can be made honorary knights - Bob Geldof was one recent honorary knight. They are not 'dubbed' - that is the act of being touched on each shoulder by the Queen with a sword - and cannot use the title 'sir.'
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I am a Canadian born person. My mother is from the US and my father is Canadian. However, my mother became a Canadian citizen months before I was born. I am told that I have citizenship in both countries but I'm not sure what all the rules and regulations involved with that are. If you are in a position where you need to find out for any reason such as moving to another country or… Read More
American citizenship cannot be conveyed via marriage. The Canadian can apply for naturalization. American citizenship cannot be conveyed via marriage. The Canadian can apply for naturalization.
In short, probable cause requires the belief of the affiant that more likely than not these are the facts of the situation, whereas, beyond a reasonable doubt is a higher standard of proof which would require a standard that there is no doubt (reasonably) that these are the facts of the situation. Probable cause is used for making an arrest, obtaining warrants, etc... where beyond a reasonable doubt is used during the criminal justice trial… Read More
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the status of an individual who is a citizen of two or more nations
The status of a citizen with its attendant duties, rights, and privileges. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section indicated below.
Um, you get the rights of free speech, protesting peacefully, etc. You probably have learned this in your history/SS class.
If you have Brazilian citizenship, you MUST enter and depart Brazil with a valid Brazilian passport. With a Brazilian passport, you can stay there as long as you want..
It is a certificate that acts as certificate of citizenship for children whose parents live abroad. You have to go the embassy of your country of citizenship, register your child's birth who was born abroad and get that certificate in order for him/her to gain your citizenship officially.
Yes. Both countries accept dual citizenship.
Sure. Why not? But you would have to set up residency in each country part of the year and then I would guess that, according to the laws of the UK, you would have to learn about that country and then apply for citizenship. Another way would be if one parent was a English Citizen and the other a Citizen of the USA - dual citizenship.
The US itself does not have problems with multiple nationalities; It depends on your original country of citizenship. you have to check with your embassy. For example, if you are from Canada, the UK, France or Italy: you do not have to give up your nationality. If you are from Norway, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Spain, or China: you should.
US citizenship can be got by being born in US and become citizen by birth and through naturalization process. The first step in applying for citizenship through naturalization is to enter the US and secure a green card in order to establish permanent residency. The next step is to ensure eligibility. The next step is to file Form N-400 (US citizenship application) to commence the naturalization process. You may file Form N-400 if you are… Read More
For people who immigrate to Israel through Aliyah (Jews who return to Israel) may keep their other nationalities, given that the other country allows dual citizenship1. Non-Jews who immigrate to Israel and want to become a citizen through naturalisation, have to renounce their other nationalities if they can2 as Israel does not allow dual citizenship. 1 Example: Germany, Denmark and Norway do not allow dual citizenship but Canada, the US, the UK and France do… Read More
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I hope not, send him back to England. English need to stay in England.
yes, i can
It is possible, although very unusual for one person to be a citizen of four countries. I personally am a citizen of two countries, and I believe that I could obtain citizenship in a third country if I really wanted to (although it would be a lot of trouble). Four would be really pushing it.
The Mossi people as citizens of Ghana is an interesting issue in the history of Ghana.The Mossi people are mentioned in the records of the country preceeding the era of colonization of Ghana by British after several competitions between some colonial Powers, particularly in the northern sector of the country. This prompted me to believe that it was a very powerful tribe and several tribes originated from it because they claimed that they were also… Read More
No, not without consequences. If you are close blood relations, and of child bearing age, it is likely your children will not be as healthy and normal as other children. If you are in love with a second or third cousin, the odds might not be as great that you would have handicapped children. If you are past child bearing age and fall in love with a first cousin, let's say, then you can marry… Read More
1. What are the colors of our flag? 2. How many stars are there in our flag? 3. What color are the stars on our flag? 4. What do the stars on the flag mean? 5. How many stripes are there in the flag? 6. What color are the stripes? 7. What do the stripes on the flag mean? 8. How many states are there in the Union? 9. What is the 4th of July… Read More
(1) Birthright citizenship - by being born in the US (2) Acquiring through US citizen parents (3) Naturalization - foreign national applying to get US citizenship Every one of the above mentioned way has a different procedure , forms and criteria.
Once a US citizen has renounced the citizenship status, it is not possible to get it revoked. Section 351 of the INA has made it clear that renouncing citizenship status is irrevocable and cannot be cancelled ( except if the applicant is less than 18 yrs of age)
No, they are Dominican citizens.
Yes, but I suggest you spell Canada correctly.
Hawaii and Alaska are regular US states and as such you are not travelling out of the country. There is no customs and no visa or passport required (with the exception of ensuring you are following laws with regard to bringing organic matter from the mainland to Hawaii and vice versa). Traveling to Hawaii or Alaska is the same as going to California, Florida, or Kansas. If you have concerns about your eligibility to remain… Read More
a) Some countries allow a citizen to also maintain citizenship with another country. Such a person could have a second passport issued by the second country. b) In some circumstances a country will issue a citizen a second passport. This can be to disguise identity but usually to hide from an immigration official in one country that you have traveled to another country the first county has rancor over.
A common question about immigration is, "when can I file for citizenship." Before you can apply for U.S. citizenship under the immigration law with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services - USCIS (formerly INS), you must first have a green card or permanent residence. If you received your green card through marriage to a U.S. citizen, you may be able to apply for citizenship through naturalization after having your green card for three years. In other… Read More
If the illegal immigrant has, at least, a drivers license, passport, visa, or other identifying documents he or she may legally marry in the majority of U.S. states. He or she is still required to follow the laws of the state in which the marriage will occur. However, the immigrant does not automatically receive permanent residence status (green card) and is still subject to deportation procedures.
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I'm presuming you're NOT resident in the UK, else you could simply reference your prior passport on a renewal application. Failing that, mail the application with birth docs of your parents to the appropriate UK Embassy that issues passport in your country of resident. In the US, this would be the main Washington, DC embassy. You might have to appear in person for an interview as this seems like your first passport as an adult… Read More
Most people get between 3 to 7 months. Some 10 to 20% of the files are sent to be cleared by the Homeland Security and than it take years.
Yes, dual citizenship.
Yes. In the United States there are ten community property states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.
all you have to do is make sure she has a visa to be in the united states and marry her once she is there. after that she will be allowed to stay in America as long as she needs to get through the naturalizatoin process.
It takes time to forgive your self trust me I know, but you still can't hold a grudge on your self so move on and start with an apology.
Generally, and this varies kanton to kanton (area to area), you need to be resident in the country for 12 years, have a permanent residency permit (C), speak the local language fluently and have a good knowledge of Swiss history. Plus there's a large charge which of Sfr. 20'000 or more, again depending upon your place of residency. Given all that, there's still no guarantee even if you were born in Switzerland to foreign parents… Read More
Your boyfriend should love you no matter who you are or what you look like and if he doesn't, that only means that he only liked/loved you for what you look on the outside and your better without him.
Citizens can legally stay forever.
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Both have the same condition but they would take it easier for Portuguese speaking countries. So, it;'s better to use the Portuguese passport.
yes i want to marry with some one british girl..i like british peoples i always said to everyone i hope i will marry with british girl.i can chat with her any time.by mail by cell phone i m 24 years old and i am doing a job and also studying..is there is any girl who wanna marry me i will keep her so happy
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An American citizen wishing to become instead, a citizen of our northerly neighbor need simply meet the criteria for anyone else seeking Canadian citizenship. To wit: He/She must be: aged 18 or over a Canadian permanent resident] have lived in Canada for a total of 3 out of the 4 years preceding the application for citizenship.' know about Canada and pass a test to demonstrate that knowledge (for applicants between 18 and 54) know the… Read More
The US and Canada of course have different tests and both are available at most public libraries, with answers. Practice tests are at the related links below. The actual tests are given verbally.