Citizenship and Marriage
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Asked in Citizenship and Marriage
Could the son have acquired automatic US citizenship through his fathers citizenship?
Asked in Citizenship and Marriage, Italy, Philippines
You newly acquired an Italian citizenship will you still conserve your filippino citizenship?
Asked in Dual Citizenship
What is a US citizenship certificate?
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler
Was Hitler German?
He was born in Austria as an Austrian citizen and raised in Linz and lived in Vienna for a while but moved to Munich (a German city) at the age of 25. He renounced his Austrian citizenship in 1927, despite the fact that this made him stateless. He acquired German citizenship in February 1932. It was granted by the state of Brunswick, which was ruled by a coalition that included the Nazis. Under German nationality law at the time, anyone lawfully granted citizenship of one of the German states automatically acquired German citizenship. No, Hitler was born in Austria and was an Austrian until 1932, when he got German citizenship.
Asked in United Kingdom, International Laws
Can a US citizen marry UK citizen and get citizenship in UK?
Sometimes. A US citizen can marry anybody he/she likes. If a US citizen marries a UK citizen, that alone will not entitle him/her to UK citizenship. The US Citizen will stand to lose the US citizenship if he/she applies to get naturalized as a US citizen. UK citizenship can be acquired sometimes by descent.
What are three basic sources of the US citizenship?
The first and the easiest way of getting US citizenship is by being born in the US. This automatically grants US citizenship to the person who is born on US soil. Next is acquiring citizenship from US citizen parents. The third process is by the naturalization process through which immigrants from other countries can also become citizens if they wish to. So in a nutshell, the following are the three general ways of getting citizenship Birthright Citizenship Acquired Citizenship Naturalization process
How is the US citizenship acquired?
Citizenship in US can either be acquired by birth or through naturalization process. For naturalization you need to file the completely filled Form N-400. In order to be eligible to file you should be at least of 18 years of age and a green card holder in the US who has continuous physical residence of minimum 5 years.
Asked in India Government
Im born in India . My father has a green card does that mean I am a US citizen?
Asked in Soccer History, Argentina, Mexico
Which Mexican player started his career in Argentina with San Lorenzo?
Asked in Roman Empire
Which people were considered citizens in Rome?
Asked in Citizenship and Marriage
Can you be automatically a citizen in Canada if a Canadian citizen marry you?
What does citizenship mean?
Citizenship can be defined as the status or the membership given to a person in a country. It involves rights, duties and privileges. There are two main types of citizenship i.e. Acquired and natural. Thus it is the membership of a political community. It is largely related to nationality. It is about the political rights available to a person within the society A person swears allegiance, loyalty and to his duty towards the country of which he is a citizen. There are other types of citizen ship also. One of them is honorary citizenship which is given to a person because of his worthiness and admirable qualities. You become a citizen of a country by being born there and citizenship of a country can be acquired after settling down in a place for a certain period of time. It is a topic in civics and children are made aware of their rights, duties and privileges from school itself to enable them to be good citizens of whichever country they belong to.
Asked in New Mexico, Mexico, Treaties
What part of the the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalo did the US not honor in New Mexico and California?
What was Hitler's first political position in Germany?
In what year did Native Americans get granted U.S. Citizenship?
1924 Indian Citizenship Act Until the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924, Indians occupied an unusual status under federal law. Some had acquired citizenship by marrying white men. Others received citizenship through military service, by receipt of allotments, or through special treaties or special statutes. But many were still not citizens, and they were barred from the ordinary processes of naturalization open to foreigners. Congress took what some saw as the final step on June 2, 1924 and granted citizenship to all Native Americans born in the United States. Granting the Native Americans citizenship was an effort to remove their sovereign nation status further spitting in their faces.