How long does it take to get a French citizenship?
i have apply for french citizenship since my father is french and he is filding for me do you think that i will grt the cirizenship
A delay of five years is quite common before acquiring French citizenship after marriage. You have to be granted French citizenship before applying for a French passport, and this is not at all automatic. To discourage bogus unions, the French are asking for proof of a long-term common life, plus evidence of integration into mainstream society (i.e. speaking French, working, etc..).
Because Corsica was once again passed from Italian control back to the French. Napoleon was born therefore on French soil. There is blood citizenship and soil citizenship. Blood citizenship refers to having relatives who are citizens (not good enough just to be born in the country to be a citizen--that's soil citizenship) France has long recognized both types of citizenship.
French passports are for French nationals. If your father holds French citizenship - which is possible from the fact he was born on a French territory, but not automatic - you can in turn apply for French citizenship. It is very unlikely that you could get French citizenship if your father isn't himself French. If he his, that will not be granted automatically either. To size up your chances, contact the French embassy or consulate…