Minors from any country are not allowed to immigrate by themselves. They must do so with their parents or legal guardian or be sponsored under the orphan, refugee or asylee laws. US Immigration Support, http://www.usimmigratinsupport.org United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov
He is a British citizen residing in Monaco.
I don't know either
You have to sign a whole bunch of legal papers.
If you are a citizen of a country you do not need to have an alien registration number. You only need it if you are residing in a new country.
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If you marry an illegal immigrate, he or she will automatically become a citizen of the nation you reside in. This, of course, depends on if you are a birth or naturalized citizen of your respective country. If you are only a resident alien, both of you will have to apply for citizenship status in the country.
Citizens of Pakistan can immigrate to the country of Sweden. Sweden offers a certain number of Pakistani citizens the option to immigrate each year.
If they are married in Denmark...than yes
No. A green card is issued to foreign nationals residing in the US.
If you are an Italian citizen (Cittadinanza Italiana) residing in the UK, you can apply at the Italian embassy in London.
Immigration Laws vary.Studying in a particular Country could add points if you wish to Immigrate. Using that point system you can immigrate , become a Permanent Resident of that country and then eventually a Citizen.
A US citizen living (or dying) anywhere in the world owes the same US taxes as any other US citizen.
You can be born in the United States and become an automatic citizen. Or you can immigrate to the United States and apply for citizenship after living in the US for seven years.
If you're an EU citizen -just move and notify the police and tax office in order to get the proper social security number.
she was a citizen of the world, now deceased she was named a saint... and resides in the kingdom of God
It depends on which country you are a citizen of.
Ther is no such thing as a "A Citizen of England", however you can apply to become a Citizen of the United Kingdom by asking at any British embasy or consulate.
== == If you are asking about a Mexican citizen trying to Immigrate to Canada, and being sponsored by a Canadian citizen, the answer is NO. All Immigrants to Canada have to apply from their HOME COUNTRY, and the process will take from 2 to 3 years to complete.
I refer you to the answer to the 'president of scotland' question. In summary Scotland is not a country, merely a region of the United Kingdom, so if you live in Scotland you are a United Kingdom (British) subject (not strictly a citizen).
he has to apply in the country of which he is a citizen: eg: a German citizen living in Denmark must apply at the German consolate to obtain a Visa
No, once you have been born into a country you remain a citizen of that country even if you immigrate. Certain rights of a US citizen can be suspended or revoked if that person has been convicted of a criminal felony.
one must go through he naturalization process to be come a permanent citizen, of course there are loop[ holes such as marriage to a citizen, or you can temporarily apply for a work or school visa
.i am not citizen of Singapore.can i get visa of America in Singapore?now i am studing in university in here,can u give me some information about getting the visa and what kind of document need for interview?