he will stay American citizen....he has to apply to become a Canadian citizen or his wife has to apply for him and will have to tell the court that she has married him
If they hold a Canadian citizenship they already are Canadian and there is no need to apply.
Any Canadian citizen with no criminal background.
Only if you apply to become a Canadian citizen. Once you get residency in Canada you can apply for provincial healthcare.
The answer is no. You still have to apply for Canadian Citizenship. The process does take a while. My friend who married a Canadian in Canada had to wait a year to officially live there.No.
how can i get a US green card, I am a Canadian citizen and are living and working in the US with a TN visa.
You need to go to the immigration office and apply to become a citizen or apply for residency status.
Generally a US citizen cannot apply for a Canadian Mastercard and vice versa. If you are a US resident and do not reside in Canada then usually you can not apply for a Canadian Mastercard. However not every bank and credit card have the same terms and regulations. It never hurts to ask!
No, they cannot. The Canadian spouse must sponsor the immigration. After living 3 years out of the past four years in Canada, then they can apply for Canadian citizenship.
A person who was born in another country, but is now a Canadian CITIZEN, can apply to join the Canadian Forces.
you have to be 18 years of age or older and if you are to young to apply, a parent or leggal gardian can apply for you.
I'm a Canadian citizen married to a Trinidadian/Canadian person; how do I apply for a Trinidadian passport?
You need to get married to a Canadian citizen or apply for a Canadian Visa to get the citizenship of Canada.
Not immediately. The legal husband/wife will first have to file a petition for the illegal immigrant to start the process of becoming a citizen. Once the illegal immigrant goes through the process and becomes a citizen, they can apply for a license. There are a few state exceptions that allow illegal immigrants to apply for a license.
No. Assuming that there are no other legal impediments to your entering Canada, you could get into Canada. You could apply for permanent resident status - something you should do BEFORE you arrive in Canada. Being married to a Canadian citizen would probably be a big advantage. Getting Canadian citizenship is a whole other process. Before you can apply, you have to have lived in Canada for three years without interruption or, in some cases, for three of the last four years. If you meet all of the requirements, THEN you can become a Canadian citizen. Being married to a Canadian will help with that. But marrying a Canadian will NOT automatically make you a Canadian citizen.
Canadians need to apply for a visa before arrival there.
You just get a marriage license and get married. Before doing so, however, you should learn how the marriage will influence your ability to apply for citizenship in the country where the non-citizen will live.Another AnswerThat would depend upon the laws and customs of the place in which you intend to get married.
Yes you need to apply for legal permanent residency and a work card.
Yes. Visit http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca for information regarding your personal circumstances. Depending on where you live, your age, and whether you're a Canadian citizen or not, you may be able to apply by phone.
No. They still have to apply for citizenship through the immigration office. Even if they are married the application can be denied.
The laws for obtaining a marriage license don't address citizenship. You just get married. However, you should first research immigration law to find out how the marriage might influence the non-citizen's ability to apply for citizenship in the country where you will reside. Another answer: google out Hook a canuck, its a site for finding Canadian husbands. They should be able to help you.
Yes. If you have a LPN license in the United States you can work in Canada as a licensed practical nurse as long as you apply for a nursing license and write and pass the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Exam. Of course you must also meet all immigration requirements for working in Canada.
It's Federal law, I think you must be a U.S. citizen.
No, you have to first obtain a green card and fulfill the residency and criminal background requirements.