How long do you have to serve for the us army to become a citizen?
You have to be a citizen to join the army.
How long must a person be a United States citizen before they can become a member of the house of representatives?
In order to serve in the House of Representatives, a person must have been a citizen for 7 years.
how long on average does it take to become an American citizen
how long do you have to have been a citizen to become vice president
Auxiliary soldiers had to serve in auxiliary troops for 25 years before being eligible for Roman citizenship on discharge.
It costs you nothing to serve in the Army In fact, as long as you serve, they pay you. But it can be dangerous.
As long as the soldier desires.
To become a representative you must be a citizen of the US for seven years.
How long do you have to live in the USA before you can become a citizen
how long do it take to be a citizenshinp
They are supposed to serve from ages 17-60 .
yes as long as your a citizen
George Washington served until the American Revolution was finished. This was five years. He then was chosen to become our first president under the Constitution.
If an illegal alien marry a US citizen just to try to become a citizen how long do they have to stay marry?
they have to aleast have been maried to a us citizen for 3 or more years in order to become a us citizen!
Only a natural born citizen can become President.
8 years i think
all men must serve for at least 2 years
Just because you marry a legal citizen, it does not make you a leagal citizen. When I married my husband who was a legal alien he still had to go through the same channels to become a legal US citizen and he had to be sworn in.
Marrying a U.S. citizen will get you a two-year spouse visa. After two years of marriage you can apply for citizenship. Contrary to popular belief, you don't automatically become a citizen.
3 years, then you can begin the Naturalization process.
You have to be a natural-born US citizen, so your entire life.
The gladiators were prisoners of war that the Roman army took when they won a war. They were slaves too. If a man lasted long enough in the arena he had a chance to become free.
Since you were born. Only a native born American Citizen can be president.
ask an army recruiter
Yes, so long as they've established permanent residence.
Not too long give it time.
at least 5 years
They must be born citizens.
you will never automatically become one. it is a long and tedious process.
you have to be born in america, a citizen for at least 14 years, and 35 years old to be president.
taking the nationalist test gives you citizenship
You must be a natural born citizen of the US.
Yes. So long as you are living in America.
Can an Indian student become an Australian Citizen after marrying an Australian . How long does the process usually takes for you to become a citizen?
no indians are not allowed to be australian citizens as they are stingy, selfish c,,,nts
In Athens to become a citizen you would have to be over the age of 18 and you would have to be a male. You cant be a slave and you cant be a foreigner. But long ago to become a citizen your father and your mothers father would have to be a citizen.
you had to be active military that was deployed.
24 1/2 years
The constitution states that to be president you have be born a United States Citizen. No naturalized people can become president.
You can't become a citizen of England - there is no such thing. People born in England are British.
If my father just became a US citizen about two months ago and I have been here since I was about four illegaly how long now that my father is a citizen will it take for me to become a perm resident?
When someone comes over to the United States it takes you 15 years in order to be eligible to become an American citizen and on top of that you have to take course, on being an American citizen and you have to pass the test at the end of the class. the last post its completely WRONG. because it doesnt take 15 years to become an American citizen. if you have a green card it… Read More
he served in the army for a really long time Sir Edward Dunlop was a doctor he saved peoples lives he was a great hero with people
It makes no difference how long a US citizen of ANY age is out of the country. "Once a US Citizen, always a US Citizen." -UNLESS- you renounce your US citizenship and become a citizen of another country. However, since the question is about a 'minor' child that eventuality should not arise.
you have to be born in America to become president
As long as they reside in the US and have proper clearance from the government.
Get a Visa, stay as long as your allowed, and then go back. If you're looking to become a citizen, that's a different story and will take up to 5 years.
2 to 3 years in the army before you become captain. You are a leutenient when you graduate form the academy.
Yes, a US citizen born on a military base outside of the US can become a president. This is true as long as your parents are US citizens.
As long as you don't become a citizen anywhere else.
To become a Senator, one must have resided in the United States for the past nine years.